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Hi! I will try and keep this short. My dog had a lump, and it was too flat to aspirate, so two weeks ago she had it removed. It came back grade 2 mast cell tumor. The vet seemed to be reassuring that it should be ok. He took the whole thing out and it was on her left shoulder blade area, and he said this was a good area. So about a week ago, after getting her home, I noticed two very small hard bumps on her front left leg. She had a couple of bug bites on her belly, and these leg bumps had scabs. One is since gone, and the other (pictured) is still there. It's not very pink anymore, but as far as size it was so small to start with I can't tell if it's gone down. It hasn't gotten bigger. I am now freaking out that it's not a bite and is another tumor. I know the vet is the only way to know for sure, but kind of looking for a little peace of mind. Im going to panic over every lump/bump from now on. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!! Also, side note, the bump is right above where they shaved her leg for the IV. I cut the hair around the lump to get a better look at it, so that's why there's a bald-ish spot where I'm holding it.
 

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