I have a FF Alpine that has these pimples on her teat, just four, from what I can see. I've read about the staph dermatitis and thinking this is it. I know how bad it can get, and have read stories about it. What can I do to stop this thing? I don't want it to get worse, or spread to her other teat or whole udder, and I most definitely do not want her to get mastitis! This is what it looked like yesterday morning: And this is what it looked like this morning, one of the pimples had popped and the scab is hanging: I've always used a chlorehexidine/glycerin/water teat spray for before and after milking. I spray the teats, wait 30 seconds, wipe, milk, and spray after milking. She does not lay down right after. And I've been spraying the inside of her legs also. So, while milking, I've been wrapping her teat with a strip of paper towel, because the pimples bleed from the pressure of milking. Her teat is not hot, but it is swollen and red a little bit where the pimples are. Her milk does not look different, but should I dump the milk, or is okay to drink? Should I continue spraying her with the chlorhexidine? How often? What about Neosporin or Desitin, should I use those? What about antibiotics? Also, should I start wearing gloves, in case it's staph? Am I doing anything wrong?