If This Grows or Changes, Please See Your Vet in the Next 24 Hours

By Dr. Becker

Just as aging human skin changes with the onset of wrinkles, age spots, skin flaps and other irregularities, so too does the skin of our animal companions. One of the most common conditions in older pets, especially dogs, are growths that develop in or just beneath the skin.

Most of the time, these lumps and bumps are harmless, though they can be unsettling and ugly. However, they are extremely common, and in fact, each year they appear in the top 10 list of …

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