Thursday, June 20, 2013

Bumps & Lumps on Pets

by Dr. Jane Bicks
Of all the reasons pet parents take their dogs and cats to the veterinarian, skin problems rank near the top. Even though many atypical growths are benign, any suspicious growths should be examined by a medical professional.

For those wanting to know more about skin abnormalities, Dr. Jane’s post addresses some of the finer points. What symptoms should you look for if you’re worried it could be a serious problem? What can you expect to happen at the vet’s office when inspecting a skin problem? These questions and more are covered in this article.

If your pet kid is dealing with a ‘bumpy lumpy’, or if you just want to be better prepared should it happen at some future point, we encourage you to read Dr. Jane's post now ...

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