Lump

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drea97
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Lump

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Does anyone know what lump is this on my dog. It’s kind a hard to feel it’s not movable or soft tissue?


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Re: Lump

Post by zeta1454 »

Hi Andrea - you will have to take Cookie to the vet for a professional examination of the lump. It is hard to tell from the photo where the lump is on your dog but it is not possible for anyone on the Forum to diagnose a condition anyway.

There are many different reasons why a dog may have a lump and many are nothing to worry about but some can be serious and you must get this checked as soon as possible by a vet.

Do let us know what the diagnosis is as, if it is something that other members have experienced with their dogs, they may be able to help you with information from that experience but you do need a veterinary diagnosis first.

Paws and fingers crossed that the lump is nothing serious. Take care :ymhug:
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