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donna says:    


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My dog is around 5yrs old and within the last couple months the little bump on her chest "righr side" has grown into a lump like #15.She is a very happy dog, loves to play and eat. Seems like it doesn't hurt at all. I would like to be more educated on this if you cam help.


ryanne brown says:    


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I have a 6 month old American bulldog that's about 50-60 lbs. All of the sudden, today he had a full bowl of dog food and he wouldn't eat any of it. That's not like him. I'm pretty sure he looks a little more skinny than usual and tonight we noticed many many medium sized bumps on mostly his back and thighs. I'm not sure what's going on.


Sophia says:    


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My collie who is turning 8 years old, just shampooing him yesterday I have noticed a large bump cyst it is not a dark color just flesh looking bump, hopefully that is a benign, please give me a idea. Thanks. Sophia...


Liz says:    


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My dog has a bump or cyst that has grown slow, right next to and by the side of her bottom, it is smooth and seems in color as skin color and to be reddish and blueish color in tint too mixed in- and is round an not real large , about a pebble size , I can prick it, with a sterile needle and a little blood will come out, but over all it feels pretty firm like something is in it, I am going to go ahead to the vet that I cannot really afford right now with out a job, but I need to know if she is OK? Has anyone else got something like this before on a dog or heard of something like this? I am guessing no matter what it will need to be surgically removed and then cauterized, so it does not bleed out.??? What kind of Cyst may this sound like ????


nanette says:    


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My dog has a cyst somewhat similar to as pictured above #7. However, it doesn't hurt him. What kind of cyst is this (#7)? Is this Sebaceous or lipoma? My dog's is somewhat rounded and smooth, growing, same color as his skin-white (he is a yorkshire terrier) on his body. He has on other parts of his body as well. He is very healthy and very active. I intend to bring him to the vet but as I was looking at your site and watching your video, it caught my eye. Pls advise and thanks.

 
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