There are many possibilities of these bumps but can not be diagnosed without having a look on it. It can be staph infection, mange or allergic reactions. Other possibilities are
- Cancerous lumps. This can be identified by your vet.
- Sebaceous cyst. These cysts are made up of dead cells, sweat or clear fluid. They also don't require treatment because they heal themselves. Sometimes they become infected and need antibiotics.
- Lipomas: These are most common types of lumps and are painless, soft and round shape. Usually located under the skin. They don't harm the dog. But some large lipomas cause irritation and removed by the vet