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When Chi Chi is cleaning herself there is white build up on her fur where she had been licking???

Kami KreapsKami Kreaps DallasMember Posts: 5

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    It's difficult to say what it is without actually seeing it, but it could simply be underfur since she has a lot of white on her. This fur comes off more easily than the fur on the top during grooming. It could also be saliva. If you notice that this is increasing or if it seems like a discharge of some sort, your best bet would be to call your vet for advice.
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