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small lump

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 26 April 2007 10:24AM | viewed 6370 times
Q Jamie asks:

I recently noticed a small lump on the side of my dog's neck. The lump was small and hard, I checked the area again a week later; the lump has got larger and harder, its about the size of 3 cm it doesn't seem to hurt him. The lump also seems to be connected to the skin. Thanks.

Q Our vet says: Growing lumps are always something to be concerned about and I would suggest that you take Simba along to your vet as soon as you can to get it checked.

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