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    My 18 month old Leo has had pit bubbles for a few months now. Somedays itís the right pit only and other days itíll be both. They tend to be bigger the day after feeding. Sheís currently being fed twice a week, with the first feeding of the week being dusted alternately with multi vitamin or calcium with d3.

    Any advice would be appreciated

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    In my opinion, there's nothing to do and nothing to worry about. Years ago, this was seen as a sign of a female being in good breeding condition. More recently it was discussed as a sign of over-supplementation. Maybe someone knows definitively what causes it and whether or not it's a problem. I haven't seen anything to convince me of that.

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