It is wise to have  the lump checked out in order to rule out any possible cancers such as basal cell tumors, sebaceous cysts or mast cell tumors.

A friend of mine told me the pearl like growth that has been on the back of her dog for years has suddenly turned into a Mast T Cell. 

I will give you further information on the surgery as it happens








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