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Identifying a Bump on My Dog

Any idea what this is and how I can get rid of it? It doesn't bother her at all. She has one on her head a lot smaller and this one. It has not gotten any bigger.
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November 8, 20190 found this helpful

This could be anything, get your fur baby checked by a Vet!

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November 8, 20190 found this helpful

We just went through this with my sister dog, she had a bunch. Most tested negative, but one was cancer and she had to have surgery.

Please let the vet check!! It is so important to catch issues quickly! My sister dog's cancer was caught VERY quickly and she will not need chemo or radiation. Had we let it go, it could been very bad.

Post back with an update! Prayers for healing for your fur baby!

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November 8, 20190 found this helpful

This could be some kind of cyst or another type of growth on the dog. It is best if the dog is getting a lot of these to check them out. I had this issue with my dog and we had them removed. In the end she had to be put to sleep because she had cancer. The last one that was removed was fine at first then she started to get sick a few months later and had a tumor in her head that made her go blind. She developed tumors in ther throat and could no longer eat. I had to put her down because of this. But anyhow removing them early was the best thing for her and it gave her a lot of good years on her life. I would check into this and I would remove them if necessary.

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November 8, 20190 found this helpful

Any changes in your pets skin should be checked out by a vet.

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November 9, 20190 found this helpful

I once had a dog that had those marks all over.They were just moles.If they change then have them checked.

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November 10, 20190 found this helpful

I definitely recommend you have a vet check your dog. The bumps can range from being nothing to worry about and no treatment needed to cancer that may require some type of treatment.

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November 11, 20190 found this helpful

Definitely see your Vet. You just dont want to be guessing when one of the possibilities is cancer.

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