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Lipoma Dog 5-10 Years

This mass is an example of a lipoma, a benign mass that commonly grows from the fat just beneath the skin known as the subcutaneous space in middle aged to older dogs. Please refer to the article below for more information on lipomas in dogs. If you still seek further information, please visit our
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  1. Amy says:

    I have a beagle, we just recieved it two month’s ago. He is 9 yearsold. I noticed a small lump on the side of his neck when we first got him. Now the lump is alot bigger, and its forming toward his throat. He has not had an appetite. He is drooling, will drink water, but sleeps or hides most of the day. He also sounds like he is wheezing when you put your head on him.

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