Most owners will find unexplained lumps and bumps on their dog at some point in time. Many different types of masses can appear either on (cutaneous), or just under (subcutaneous), a dog’s skin. It is important for dog owners to have these lumps checked by a veterinarian, especially if the masses are new, bleeding, oozing and/or rapidly growing. Many skin masses are harmless, but others can be malignant or become malignant and need to be taken seriously.
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