Swollen Dog Paw and Toe Bumps: Pictures and Tips (2022)

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OVERVIEW|CAUSES|SYMPTOMS|DIAGNOSIS|TREATMENT| Interdigital Furunculosis (dog toe bumps) |BROCHURES

"A swollen dog paw is the result of any one of a number of things that dogs get up to and into, ranging from an insect bite to a broken toe. Causes of paw irritation include irritation after walking on gravel, allergies to grasses, broken nails, wounds, spider, wasp, bee stings, snake bites or a broken toe. The key is to differentiate between an injury where you should see your vet or one that you may manage at home.

Some quick treatments for a dog with paw swelling includes aspirin (1 adult aspirin for 30 pounds), Benadryl (25mg for small dog, more for a larger dog), Neosporin ointment or cortisone ointment to take down the swelling and pain.

Wounds and other problems could cause the dog to lick the paws, causing them to lick the feet raw. Itch from allergy will also cause them to lick the feet in an attempt to relieve any itch. If you see a dog licking the paws, you need to address the underlying cause. Make a veterinarian appointment the first time you see a lump or problem. Follow the veterinarian's advice regarding treatment and medications. If your dog continues to lick the paws during treatment, use an Elizabethan collar or bandages to protect the area being treated. If you bring your dog outside, but a waterproof cover over the area."

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Swollen Dog Paw

Overview

Digging, running, jumping, crawling, exploring, tripping or stepping on something such as a sharp rock, nail, glass or even a bee or other stinging insect can result in dog paw swelling. It’s a busy life when you’re a dog with so many things to see and do and places to go. While many a swollen dog paw is the result of a minor injury, and will likely not require a trip to the vet, you do need to know some basic first aid skills if you need them.

The first thing you need to know about a swollen dog paw is how to assess whether or not you are dealing with something serious. This isn’t as difficult as it may sound. Simply start by observing how your dog reacts to the injury. Different reactions will indicate to you what you may be dealing with. For instance, if you try to touch the injured paw and your dog yelps in pain and won’t walk on it, you might want to get x-rays done to check for a fracture or break. On the other hand, let’s say your dog tries to bear weight, but is limping. This is likely “not” a broken toe or foot, but may be a strain or sprain.

There is also a condition referred to as "bumpy-toe" inflammation where hair follicles become inflamed or damaged, causing bumps on the paws. It is sometimes referred to as interdigital cysts, although this are not cysts per se, but funicles, which are ruptured hair follicles. When the hair follicle ruptures, it causes the skin cells to enter the dermis, acting as if there is a foreign body under the skin.

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Deep Pyoderma (Pus filled skin reaction) a on Dog Paw

Photo Credit:Washington State University, Dr. Candace Sousa, DABVP, DACVD
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You can certainly treat sprains and strains at home with ice packs, Reiki (if you are trained in this form of energy healing, because it reduces swelling) and rest. Some people think it’s a good idea to give your dog aspirin. Honestly, we suggest you do not. Here is why. If they are in pain, they will stay off their foot and help themselves heal. If they are on drugs that stop the pain entirely, they run the risk of making their injuries worse.

Ask the vet for a middle of the road dose; one that helps dull the pain, but does not completely stop it, unless the injury is so severe that your dog needs a healthy dose of painkillers to even rest comfortably. Just remember, that if you get a certain dose of aspirin, or something else prescribed, “only” use the dose as recommended, and “not” more. More is not better, and may seriously harm or kill your dog. Typically, for a swollen dog paw, a canine patient is prescribed a dose of 5 to 10 mg per pound, 2x per day. Note that children's aspirin is 81 mg. (check the label). Only use after checking with your veterinarian. Your vet is in the best position to judge the length of treatment and dosage requirements for your dog.


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Malassezia pachdermatis (fungal yeast infection) Is The Cause of This Dog Paw Swelling

Most Common Causes of Swollen Dog Paw

A swollen dog paw may result from:

  • Running
  • Jumping
  • Landing awkwardly after a jump
  • Playing
  • Chasing
  • Digging
  • Falling
  • Tripping
  • Getting it caught in something, like barbed wire or a car door
  • Having something dropped on it, such as a rock
  • Stepping on something, such as glass or a nail
  • Being bitten by something like an insect or even another dog
  • Age and arthritis
  • Young puppies that were stepped on or dropped (swelling due to a fracture of the metacarpal bones)

Dog Paw Bacterial Dermatosis

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Swollen Dog Paw Related to Bacterial Skin Infection and Inflammation

Photo Credit:Washington State University

Symptoms

Typically, you will feel the swelling in the paw, see your dog limping, yelping, holding it in the air, not walking on it or licking or worrying the paw, by biting or nipping at it. It’s not always easy to see swelling on black pads. If your dog has pink pads, you may be able to detect swelling faster. On pink pads, you may also see redness that may accompany swelling, depending on the cause of the swollen dog paw.A swollen dog paw alone, if it is the result of a sting or other bug bite, typically subsides in about 24 hours. There is usually no infection to detect. If however there is infection, pus, tissue necrosis (dead tissue), and the paw just doesn’t look right, it’s a good idea to call your vet for help.On the other hand, if there is a puncture wound in your dog’s paw, as the result of stepping on a sharp object or even being bitten by another dog, this type of a wound does tend to get infected. If you are able to wash the wound thoroughly and carefully apply hydrogen peroxide to disinfect it; that is a good start to keeping infection at bay. Monitor the paw carefully and call your vet if you see something that doesn’t look right. Untreated infections can spread like wildfire.

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Diagnosis

Your veterinarian just needs to look at your dogs pad to see if there is a problem and what that may be. If you already have an idea of what happened, it is a good idea to let the vet know right away so they can determine what might be needed to help your dog.

For example: if your dog stepped on a rusty nail, the vet may wish to administer a tetanus shot. Or if your dog stepped on glass, it may need to be extracted. If your dog was in a fight and got bitten, s/he may well need stitches and antibiotics, based on what the swollen paw diagnosis happens to be.

Dog Paw Pyoderma

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Bacterial Dermatosis On Dog Paw

Photo Credit:Dr. Candace Sousa, DABVP, DACVD; Washington University

Treatment

There are a number of treatments you may try, depending on the type of injury sustained by your dog. More minimal injuries, try thoroughly cleaning the visible wound with warm, soapy water and/or hydrogen peroxide. Dry thoroughly and apply something like Polysporin, Aloe Vera cream or gel, or other antiseptic cream. Cover with a baby sock and vet wrap, to keep your dog from chewing it off.

Some people prefer to soak the paw with warm water and Epsom salts. This works well, but does need to be done three times a day for the first few days to ensure there is no infection. If, after about three days or so, you don’t see any improvement, your dog should see the vet and have the paw checked.

If you are dealing with stings or bugs bites, you may try cold compresses or ice packs. Five minutes on and five minutes off, at least twice an hour. This may be a challenge, as most dogs don’t like this. Don’t apply this compress/ice pack directly to their pad, instead, provide a thin barrier to prevent a freeze burn. If they are in enough pain, they may oblige and sit still for at least three minutes. If that is all you can get them to sit for, that’s good enough. You’re aiming for a reduction in swelling and anything longer than a minute will help.

If the injury appears to be a sprain or strain, some people recommend using cold packs and following them with hot packs. Personally speaking, if you are dealing with inflammation, meaning swelling, you don’t want to put heat on it. Ice it. It you are dealing with tight muscles, meaning there isn’t always a lot of swelling, heat usually helps loosen them up. You just need to know which route to take before maybe making things worse. Also, light massage of the injured paw may help, if your dog will tolerate it.

If your dog has been badly bitten by another dog on the paw or appears to have a broken toe or foot, there is not much you can do to treat this at home, other than rest and pain medications. For this type of injury, you really need to see your vet, as the dog may require surgery or even a cast or splint. Dogs recover well from this type of treatment. Repairs such as ligament tears are more complicated and difficult to perform.

Healthy Dog Paw Pads

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(Video) Home Treatment For Interdigital Cysts

Dog Paw Pad's Should be kept Clean To Avoid Problems related to Debris that Get Caught in the Inter digital hair (hair between the pads). Hair between the pads tends to mat, making it uncomfortable when the dog walks

Inter digital Cysts

Inter digital cysts in the form of nodules or lumps can form in between the paw pads. One type, cutaneous horns are formed with hard tissue that are 1/2" to 2" in size. These growths need to be surgically removed.

Interdigital Furunculosis

Interdigital furunculosis is a condition where the hair follicle is inflamed or damaged, causing bumps to form on dog paws. The most common cause is is follicular inflammation. As hair follicles fill with bacteria, demodex mites, and fungi, they become inflamed. Inflamed cells caused the weakening of the follicular epithelium, resulting in follicular rupture. When ruptured, infection is pushed into deeper tissued, and becomes a more chronic condition. Causes include staphylococcal bacteria (staph) or demodex mites. Mites can gain control if a dog has a weakened immune system.(2)

The condition can vary in terms of its' severity. Larger bumps and color such as reddish purple indicate more severity.

Dogs that scratch at the bumps can enable more mites and infectious elements to enter the skin. The bumps themselves can also be ruptured by excessive licking. The condition is common in dogs with short hair or with bristle coats such as bulldogs.

Interdigital furunculosis is diagnosed by taking a medical history (did bumps appear before licking or after licking), or some other cause. A veterinarian will often take a skin scraping and examine the sample with a microscope. The cells themselves will reveal clues such as the type of fungus or bacteria present in the wound. Dogs may need to be sedated during the testing process since furuncles may cause pain.

Treatment will depend on the underlying cause and what type of infection is in found during testing. If a veterinarian finds demodex mites and infection, a veterinarian will recommend something to kill the mites and another medication to eliminate any infection. Note that the skin surface will heal several days or weeks before the underlying tissue is healed. For this reason, treatment can last for several weeks. A veterinarian may also recommend that the paws be soaked 1x or 2x to encourage drainage. Do not soak the paws without direction from your veterinarian, since in some cases it can weaken the skin surface, making the problem worse.

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Reduce Swelling in a Dog Paw(1) Fracture and Dislocation of Metacarpal Bones, Metacarpophalangeal Joints, Phalanges, and Interphalangeal Joints
By C. D. Newton

(2) Bumpy Toe Inflammation, May 2021, Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine

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FAQs

What can cause a dog to have swollen paws and legs like lumps? ›

Swollen paws are often caused by a foreign object getting trapped between the pads/toes of the dog's foot. Insect or spider bites, puncture wounds, broken toes, fractured claws, and constant licking/chewing (as with allergies or other source of chronic irritation) are other common causes.

What does pododermatitis look like in dogs? ›

The feet and paws are often red (inflamed) and swollen. There may be nodules or fungal lesions (kerions), ulcers, or discharge (pus) from the lesions. There is often hair loss and the dog may lick the feet constantly. Allergic.

How do you treat interdigital furuncles in dogs? ›

Topical therapy (bathing and overall hygiene) is a key part of initial therapy and for chronic, recurrent lesions. Combined chlorhexidine/miconazole shampoo products are recommended. Systemic antibiotic therapy and concurrent topical therapy are often needed when lesions are multiple and painful.

What does an interdigital cyst look like? ›

Interdigital cysts usually appear as red nodules filled with blood and/or pus. They are most commonly found on the front paws. Dogs may limp from the pain, especially when walking on uneven surfaces, or lick or chew at their paws.

What can I give my dog to take the swelling down? ›

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, help reduce swelling, stiffness, and joint pain in humans, and they can do the same for your dog.
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There are some of the available NSAIDs just for dogs:
  • carprofen (Novox or Rimadyl)
  • deracoxib (Deramaxx)
  • firocoxib (Previcox)
  • meloxicam (Metacam )
  • grapipant (Galliprant)
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Is a swollen dog paw an emergency? ›

Since swollen paws can be very painful for your pet, you'll want to provide immediate care once you determine that one or more of your dog's paws is swollen. You should first check to see if there is a foreign object wedged between the pads of your dog's paw.

What is dog furunculosis? ›

Anal furunculosis is a chronic, progressive inflammatory disease of dogs that results in ulceration and inflammation in the area surrounding the anus. Anal furunculosis occurs most commonly in middle aged or old aged German shepherd dogs, although other breeds can be affected.

What is pemphigus foliaceus in dogs? ›

Pemphigus Foliaceus is an autoimmune vesicobullous to pustular skin disease in dogs characterized by acantholysis or loss of adhesion between keratinocytes within the epidermis and hair follicles. The disease is characterized by production of autoantibodies against intercellular connections of the keratinocytes.

How do you know if dogs foot is infected? ›

Fungal and Bacterial Infections

Signs of an infection in the paws include licking and chewing the paws, redness, swelling, pain, itching, and drainage. Typically, the skin between the toes and other skin folds is affected with itching, redness, and greasy discharge. Sometimes, brown discoloration of the nails.

How can I get rid of my dogs interdigital cyst naturally? ›

Home Treatment For Interdigital Cysts - YouTube

Does Epsom salt help interdigital cyst? ›

Clean The Paws

Soak your dog's paws in an Epsom salts bath to open the skin. It will also draw out a foreign body that might be causing the problem. You can make a foot bath using 1 cup of Epsom salts in a gallon of warm water. Soak your dog's paws for 10 minutes so have lots of treats and affection standing by.

Will an interdigital cyst go away on its own? ›

In almost all cases, and especially when caught early and properly treated, interdigital cysts will eventually subside and heal. Other furuncle treatment measures, based on the underlying cause, can include: Allergy testing followed by removing allergens from environment. Regularly cleaning and washing paws.

What does interdigital Furunculosis look like? ›

The interdigital lesions may appear as smooth red bumps in the beginning. They enlarge in size and appear as a nodule or “cyst” between the toes. Ultimately the nodule will rupture and exude a clear or clear but red fluid. If infected, it may be pus.

How do I get rid of a cyst on my dogs paw? ›

Vets may prescribe anti-inflammatory medication and antibiotics since cysts are often caused by bacterial infections. A cream antibiotic is rarely enough, so dogs may need oral anti-inflammatory medication too. It may take several weeks of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, and foot soaks to resolve the issue.

Why does my dog have a bump between his toes? ›

Interdigital cysts are a series of inflamed and often infected tissue between your dog's toes. They are commonly found on the front paws and can be a result of many different skin conditions. These can range from mites to ingrown hairs to allergies.

Can I give my dog ibuprofen for swelling? ›

No, you should never give your dog Tylenol or Ibuprofen. Human NSAIDs, including Ibuprofen and Tylenol, can be toxic to dogs, even in small doses, according to rover.com.

Can I give my dog Benadryl for swelling? ›

Because of this, you can give it to your dog for conditions like: Allergies: Benadryl works to treat several different types of canine allergies, including food allergies, seasonal allergies, skin allergies, and allergic reactions to triggers like a bee sting. It can help calm symptoms like: Swelling.

What natural pain relief can I give my dog? ›

Natural Pain Relief for Dogs
  • Hot and Cold Therapy.
  • ​Ginger.
  • Turmeric.
  • Boswellia.
  • Devil's Claw.
  • CBD Oil.
  • Acupuncture.
  • Fish Oil.

Can I put ice on my dog's swollen paw? ›

If the dog has swelling associated with a sprain, bruise or tendonitis, apply ice packs to the area for 15 minutes twice daily. Flowing water improves circulation, reduces swelling, and promotes healing.

How long does a swollen paw take to heal? ›

Bacterial and fungal paw inflammations often require medication. Your vet will recommend systemic antibiotics for bacterial paw infections in dogs for at least six (6) weeks. If the infection runs deep, the antibiotic treatment can last from around 8-12 weeks.

Why is my dogs front paw swollen? ›

The condition is caused when a foreign material is trapped between the toes/pads of the dogs' foot. The other common causes for swollen paws include puncture wounds, insect bites, fractured claws, broken toes and constant chewing/licking.

What does folliculitis look like in dogs? ›

Swelling, redness, itching, pustules (pimples) and hair loss are the most common symptoms, but the following may also be in evidence: Papules (reddish swellings on the skin) Hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin) Epidermal collarettes (circular areas of hair loss with crusting or scaling around their borders)

What do Histiocytomas look like? ›

Histiocytomas typically appear as small, solitary, hairless lumps, usually on the head, neck, ears, and limbs. In some uncommon cases (in the case of Shar peis, in particular), multiple masses may be present at the same time.

What causes dog paw cysts? ›

Ingrown hairs or foreign bodies that get trapped in the webbing between the toes are common causes of interdigital cysts in dogs. This irritation is also common in dogs with atopic dermatitis. This is also known as eczema and can be caused by allergens like pollen, as well as stress, dry skin, and infection.

What causes Hepatocutaneous syndrome? ›

Transmission or Cause: Hepatocutaneous syndrome is a disease characterized by degeneration of the skin cells likely as a consequence of a nutritional imbalance, resulting from metabolic abnormalities caused by severe liver dysfunction or a pancreatic tumor.

What is discoid lupus in dogs? ›

Discoid lupus erythematosus is the most common type of cutaneous (skin) lupus in dogs. This condition is very rare in cats. Dogs with DLE develop crusting and scabbing of the skin, most commonly starting around the nose, as well as a loss of skin pigmentation in the affected area.

Does my dog have lupus? ›

Initial symptoms of lupus in dogs often include signs of general malaise, like lethargy, appetite loss, weight loss, and lameness.

How do I know what's wrong with my dogs paw? ›

Cuts, tears and abrasions are common signs of paw injuries. Your dog's pads may also seem dry or cracked, or have loose skin flaps. Pay attention to your pet's nails as well because cracked or torn nails can be very painful for the dog. Injured dogs will often lick or chew the affected paw.

Can I put hydrogen peroxide on my dog? ›

DO NOT use soaps, shampoos, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, herbal preparations, tea tree oil, or any other product to clean an open wound, unless specifically instructed to do so by your veterinarian. Some of these products are toxic if taken internally, while others can delay healing.

What is hyperkeratosis in dogs paws? ›

What is Hyperkeratosis? Hyperkeratosis occurs when your dog excessively produces keratin. Keratin is the primary protein that makes up the hair, nails, and skin. It acts as a protective layer of the skin from the external environment. But if too much keratin is present, it could build up and cause harm to your dog.

Can I put Neosporin on my dog? ›

When can Neosporin be used on dogs? If your pooch got into a scrape, chances are good that you can use a small amount of Neosporin to help prevent infection in the wound. Superficial injuries, such as scrapes, abrasions, and small cuts, may benefit from this trifecta of a topical antibiotic.

Can I put hydrogen peroxide on my dogs cyst? ›

In that case, clean it with warm water and gentle soap. Diluted chlorhexidine or iodine can be great disinfectants. However, avoid using hydrogen peroxide as it is harmful to new, healthy cells.

What does a cyst look like on a dog's paw? ›

Interdigital cysts usually appear as red nodules filled with blood and/or pus. They are most commonly found on the front paws. Dogs may limp from the pain, especially when walking on uneven surfaces, or lick or chew at their paws.

What does lymphedema look like in dogs? ›

Symptoms of Lymphedema in Dogs

Swelling of any of your pet's legs or anywhere on the body, including the face and abdomen. Pain. Weakness. Change in skin color.

What are the first signs of osteosarcoma in dogs? ›

Signs & Symptoms of Osteosarcoma in Dogs

Swelling or a mass; this is often the first sign of a tumor in the skull, jaw, or ribs. Difficulty eating if a tumor affects the jaw. Neurologic signs, such as seizures or a wobbly gait, with the skull or spinal/vertebral tumors. Breathing difficulties or lameness with rib ...

What are the symptoms of lymphoma in dogs? ›

The most easily located lymph nodes on a dog's body are the mandibular lymph nodes (under the jaw) and the popliteal lymph nodes (behind the knee). Other common symptoms include loss of appetite, lethargy, weight loss, swelling of the face or legs (edema), and occasionally increased thirst and urination.

How can I treat my dogs lymphedema at home? ›

Resting the dog and massaging the affected limb may improve lymph circulation. In some cases of primary lymphedema, the use of long-term pressure wraps and physical therapy can help improve a dog's quality of life. Surgery may also be recommended, based on the results of lymphangiography.

What does fluid retention in dogs look like? ›

Symptoms of Fluid in Abdomen in Dogs

When fluid builds up in the abdomen, your dog's stomach will be visibly distended. Other clinical signs rising from the underlying cause for ascites (or the ascites itself) include: Difficulty breathing. Lethargy.

How do you get rid of hygroma on a dog? ›

Treatment for uncomplicated hygroma is basically changing the bedding or surface upon which the dog lies. If the hygroma becomes infected, it will be come tender and surgical drainage becomes necessary. If the surface of the hygroma is not ulcerated, it can be drained and flushed.

What does lymphoedema look like? ›

Common signs and symptoms of lymphedema can include: Swelling in part of the body (such as your breast, chest, shoulder, arm, or leg) Skin feeling tight or hard, changing in texture, looking red, or feeling hot. New aching, tingling, numbness, or other discomfort in the area.

What does a cancerous lump feel like on dog? ›

One of the best ways to identify a potentially cancerous lump is to evaluate how that tumor feels when touched. Compared to the soft, fatty characteristics of a lipoma, a cancerous lump will be harder and firm to the touch, appearing as a hard immovable lump on your dog.

What is dog hemangiosarcoma? ›

Hemangiosarcoma is a highly malignant cancer arising from cells that normally create blood vessels. It most commonly affects the spleen, liver, right atrium of the heart, and skin. Tumors can occur in any part of the body, however. In most cases, the cause of hemangiosarcoma is unknown.

What is dog fibrosarcoma? ›

Fibrosarcomas are aggressive tumors that arise from the abnormal proliferation of cells known as fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are found in the connective tissues, including bone, skin, and their adjacent tissues. While not exactly considered common in dogs, they represent the third most common type of canine bone tumor.

What are signs of Lyme disease in dogs? ›

Dogs can display several forms of Lyme disease, but the most common symptoms are lameness, swollen lymph nodes, joint swelling, fatigue, and loss of appetite. In addition, serious kidney complications have been associated with Lyme disease in dogs.

What does dog lymphoma look like? ›

It can look like nodules, plaques, or scabs on the skin. The lesions are usually dry and scaly, with flaking and hair loss (alopecia). Epitheliotropic lymphoma is made of T-cell lymphocytes. T-cell lymphocytes can produce a protein that causes a higher than normal calcium level in the blood (called hypercalcemia).

What breed of dog is prone to lymphoma? ›

It is most common in middle-aged and older dogs, and some breeds are predisposed. Golden Retrievers, Boxer Dogs, Bullmastiffs, Basset Hounds, Saint Bernards, Scottish Terriers, Airedale Terriers, and Bulldogs all appear to be at increased risk of developing lymphoma.

What home remedy can I give my dog for pain? ›

Natural Pain Relief for Dogs
  • Hot and Cold Therapy.
  • ​Ginger.
  • Turmeric.
  • Boswellia.
  • Devil's Claw.
  • CBD Oil.
  • Acupuncture.
  • Fish Oil.

How long does it take for swelling to go down in dogs? ›

The swelling occurs 30 minutes to a few hours after the exposure. A veterinarian will often give dogs with this reaction an antihistamine injection. Untreated, it may take a day or two for the swelling to subside. A different reaction we see 6 to 24 hours after exposure to the antigen is hives.

What causes lymphedema to flare up? ›

Infection is a special concern after you've had any lymph nodes removed — whether or not you've ever had any symptoms of lymphedema. For many people, infection is the trigger for their first episode of lymphedema.

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