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Misskiwi67 wrote:If its growing, you should have a vet take a look at it. They should stick a needle in it, pull out some cells and look at them under a microscope. Thats usually enough to tell if it needs to come off or not...
Any strange bumbs that appear on the dogs, I get exactly this done. It's pretty fast and not expensive. It's sooo worth peace of mind.
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