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May 27 , 2010

Treating Skin Tumors in Dogs


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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