Need some help! My 4month old puppy has red bumps on his belly!!!!

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    Riley has theses little red bumps or spots on his lower belly inside his thighs. He seems not be bother by them but im a little concern. He is a aussie but he has never been a hyper dog. He seems to be a little bit more lazy as of late but that could just be me. He is eating and drinking normally and he is also teething. Is there any other signs i should be looking for a sick puppy. If thats the case? Please give some advise!!!!
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    Can you take a photo of them?

    Does he go swimming/wading around in water then run through bushs/long grass?

    Blaze gets little red bumps from swimming and then running in grass and rolling ect.
     
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    doesn't go swimming but there has been a lot of rain around here and he rolls around and lays in the wet grass. I will try to get a pic. soon.
     
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    Turns out riley had a staph infection and is being treated and will be fine!!!!I guess if you feel like something is wrong with your dog ...dont think twice ..call the vet!
     
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    Good advice! I'm glad its treatable :)
     

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