My 9 Year old Springer is developing lumps on his chest

He has three lumps on his chest all within a two inch radius of each other, and another on his back towards his hind quarters.


From Anna@love-springer-spaniels.com

Hi there
this is not uncommon, but I would get them checked out. They are usually benign but just to be sure have them looked at.

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Mutts are inclined to greasy protuberances, particularly in the event that they are overweight even somewhat overweight. Watch out for it, on the off chance that it keeps on developing it could be very destructive. On the off chance that it moves under the skin, there is more risk it is a benevolent greasy tumor.
All the same, better to get looked at by a vet, the vet will do an exam, which incorporates feeling the bump and a biopsy, not exceptionally expensive

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Our 13 year old spring had growths on her chest which the vet assured us were benign and would only need attention if they affected her movement.

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Our 13 year old spring had growths on her chest which the vet assured us were benign and would only need attention if they affected her movement.

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