My dog is not yet considered a senior, but has started developing small lumps & bumps. Does this require a vet check up?
Lumps or bumps, whatever the size, should always be checked out. It's no different to humans.
We want to make sure that there's nothing sinister going on, and we can't tell just by looking at them.
The vet will take a small sample and be able to tell us exactly what is going on.
Don't muck around with lumps. An early diagnosis and treatment will lead to a much better outcome for your pet.
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