female jackson black lump and spots


well I have a female Jackson and she has grown a black bump on the side of her head im not sure what it is any help
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Agreed. Time for the vet ASAP. You can't treat this at home. The vet will need to clean out the infected tissue and will put her on antibiotics. Left untreated, it will likely kill her.

Best of luck to your little girl. Keep us posted.
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