Can you feel or see bumps on your Yorkie’s skin?
First of all, do not panic.
Most of the time, bumps on Yorkie skin are not serious and nothing to worry about.
But on rare occasions, they could be a symptom of a major issue.
We will help you tell the difference below. As always, your best bet is to consult a vet to be on the safe side.
Keep reading for a rundown of the 9 main causes of bumps on Yorkie skin, plus other symptoms of each cause. Those will help you identify what is causing the bumps on your Yorkshire terrier’s skin.
Bumps On Yorkie Skin
Bumps and lumps on a Yorkie’s skin can be attributed to folliculitis, warts, skin tags, abscesses, scabs, and tumors. Excessive scratching and chewing from allergies can also cause lumps and bumps on Yorkie skin.
If the bumps are swollen, oozing, or seem to be growing, please see a vet right away. Let’s take a look at the various possible causes of bumps on a Yorkie’s skin.
If your Yorkie has red bumps on skin, ir could be folliculitis. This is a common skin condition in many dog breeds, including Yorkies.