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Dog Health Symptom: Lumps Hard or Soft

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Benign Bone Tumors

Osteomas are raised tumors composed of dense but otherwise normal bone. They occur about the skull and the face. Osteochondromas, also called multiple c...

Cellulitis and Skin Abscess

Cellulitis is an infection involving the skin and subcutaneous tissue. A skin abscess is a localized pocket of pus beneath the epidermis. Pimples, pustules...

Grubs

Grubs are the larvae of a large botfly that has a wide seasonal distribution in the United States. This fly lays its eggs near the burrows of rodents and r...

Hematomas

A hematoma is a blood clot beneath the skin, caused by a blow or a contusion. These are not cancers. Large hematomas may need to be drained. Ear flap hemat...

Histiocytomas

Histiocytomas are rapidly growing tumors found in dogs 1 - 3 years of age. They occur anywhere on the body....

Lipomas

A lipoma is a benign growth made up of mature fat cells interlaces with fibrous connective tissue. Lipomas are common in overweight dogs, especially female...

Lymphoma

Lymphoma, also called lymphosarcoma, is a type of cancer that arises (often simultaneously) in lymph nodes and in organs that contain lymphiod tissue such ...

Malignant Bone Tumors

Osteosarcoma is by far the most common malignant bone cancer in dogs. This cancer affects dogs of all ages, with a median age of 8 years. It occurs with eq...

Mammary Gland (Breast) Tumors

The mammary glands in female dogs vary in number and can be determined by counting the nipples. The typical female has 10 mammary glands, 5 on each side of...