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Lumps and bumps Owner Factsheet

Finding a lump on your pet can be a worrying experience. Although most lumps are harmless it is impossible to tell what a lump is simply by looking at it. If your pet has a swelling that lasts for more than a few days always ask your vet to check it for you.

Are all lumps cancer?

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How can I tell if a lump is cancer?

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My pet has had a lump for years - should I worry?

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What will my vet do if I find a lump on my pet?

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Why does my vet need to do other tests?

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Why does my dog need a general anaesthetic to remove the lump?

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What lumps are common?

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