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Vet, vet, vet...

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if we have a qualified licensed vet on the forum, s/he won't diagnose a dog they've never seen in the flesh, as it's unethical & can cost them their license -
& we non-vets are not legally permitted to Dx any dog, in the flesh or otherwise.

Whatever it is, it needs to be seen by Ur vet - & the sooner, the better. :)
- terry

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Anything that is growing, anything unusual or different, needs to be looked at by a Vet, and the sooner the better. Samantha had a tiny something growing on her side, which suddenly tripled in size. Our Vet looked at it, and said it needs to come out, which it did that day. He surgically removed it, just in case, so he could get any surrounding tissue that might be affected. This was just last week, and we are waiting for the pathology report, but Vet says he does not think its anything to worry about. Will of course feel better once we know for sure.
 
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