Your dog has a lump on its volva?
No my dog does not stop lying!
where ever your dog has a lump you should all ways have it cheeked out by a vet , you owe them that much Read More
Found a hard lump on the side of my dog. Not sore to touch. No tick entrance. Solid mase not liquid Read More
If your dog has a lump it should be checked out by a vet, just in case it is a cyst or a tumour. Read More
It depends on what the lump is as to how it can be treated. If the lump is obstructing the dogs ability to eat and/or drink then the Veterinarian will more than likely opt for the lump to be removed. However, if the lump is cancerous then the vet should be able to sit down with the owner of the small dog and go over all of the different treatment options available to save the… Read More
is it firm, oozing, painful, how long has it been there, what breed how old is dog Read More
Make sure the dog doesn't lick it and get the dog to the vet ASAP. Read More
Your dog has carcinoma fibrous cancer it is a larger lump and growning if it burst will he bleed to death it is located on his hip right side?
you should take your dog to the vet in fortwayne and show the the lump to the vet and this will cost about $200. Read More
My dog has a giant lump on top of her right shoulder that is a little bit smaller than half a soccer ball?
Get her to a vet immediately. It could be cancer... My friend had a dog, with the same thing: a lump on the shoulder. They said it was just a ball of muscle. Two years later, the dog had to be put down, because the lump was a massive tumor. So go to the vet, get your dog checked A.S.A.P. Read More
I think you should take your dog to the vets and get it checked out incase its anything serious you never know!! Read More
It could be an imbedded tick. Read More
its lazy and she hides!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you feel a lump on her stomach! Read More
a tumor, or your dog bumped into something, or has a cut infection. Read More
No, it is not normal and the dog should be checked by a veterinarian in case it is a cancerous tumor. Read More
you have to immediately see a vet or your dog could be in great danger so get to a vet. Read More
A dog stool is a sample of the dogs waste that veterinarians use to tell if the dog is sick. A "stool" is a lump of faeces (sh*t). Read More
Sometimes these are previous injuries or fatty lumps, but any lump should be check out by a vet. Please do so ASAP. Read More
His Dachshund was named LUMP. He is the subject of one of Picasso's drawings called "The Dog" and there is a book of photos of him also called "Picasso & Lump: A Dachshund's Odyssey" Read More
A soft, non-painful lump in a dog's neck could be a lipoma, or fatty tumor. It can also be a cyst that a veterinarian can drain. Read More
If she is supposed to be on heat, do with that what you will but if she starts to have a round lump on her vulva, stop putting her on heat. It's bad. What should i do? Read More
Have you tried taking it to a vet because if you are that conserned then you should have a check-up on it . Read More
He did a series of dog paintings of Lump in the latter part of 1957. Answer 2: Lump is the bottom of the canvas in Picasso's multiple reinterpretations of Velázquez's masterpiece "Las Meninas." Gone is the somnolently regal hound of the original. In its place is, well, a sausage with four short legs and two pointed ears. Picasso painted 44 studies in his "Meninas" series between Aug. 17 and Dec. 30, 1957 - and Lump… Read More
could be a tumor witch can cause cancer because my dog had that on her neck and had an operation I you should go to a vet about that Read More
I'm not sure but you should have a vet check it out it could be a cancer tumor. Read More
It could be a fatty tumor or it could be a cancer. Best if looked at by a vet. Read More
It could be a number of things, but only a vet will be able to determine what it is. Read More
Yes. It was a dog named Lump, which meant "little rascal" in Spanish. Read More
it can live for 1000 years i really dont know Read More
You do not say if this is a cat, dog, horse or what kind of animal. Best thing to do, is to take your pet into your Veterinarian and have the lump checked out. It could be a cyst, cancer, abscess, etc. etc. Read More
Your dog will probably be licking the area where it has been stung where there is a small lump. Your dog might yelp or whine when the wasp has stunged him/her. You can use that wasp sting stuff you can get for humans and use them for the dog too if you really want. Read More
It could be a benign cyst or a slight prolapse - a visit to the vet might be best. Read More
If you can't feel the tick, just a lump, surgery time! Read More
it is a good reason to take him to the vet Read More
You have to feel her belly, if there is lump in her then she still has a puppy in side her Read More
The "lump" is actually his belly button where the umbilibcal cord attached him to him mother at birth. If a vet's involved in the birth this is often a very small lump or no lump at all because the cord may have been surgically cut with scissors. On the other hand, if a litter of puppies are born naturally, and their birth is dealt with by their mother, she will often bite her way through… Read More
Take your dog to the vet to fully understand what the problem is and to treat it. Read More
my dog and boyfriends also have it, i heard it means it balance out the skull, or gives them superpowers. Read More
You need to take your dog to your Veterinarian to see what is wrong with him or her. He or she could have a huge abscess or numerous other things. Only a Veterinarian can accurately diagnose your dog. Don't wait and let your dog suffer, go immediately. Read More
You need to take your dog in to see your Veterinarian. This could be serious, like a melanoma or some other type of cancer. Hopefully it is not, but only a Vet will be able to tell you. Read More
if your dog is uncomfortable and hurts the dog take the dog to the vets they will tell you if it is a hernia or not. The most common hernia is located at the umbilical area and is called an umbilical hernia if it is he/she might need surgery and it is common with puppy's Read More
It could be ticks or fleas that are covered by hair. or it could be a fat lump some dogs tend to get them as they grow older. Read More
Picasso had a daschund (initially belonging to a friend of his who was a photographer) named Lump, which is German for rascal. Read More
Your puppy was attacked by a dog and now has a large lump on his head and slobbering badly is he dying?
It would be a good thing if you had your puppy checked out by a vet. Read More
My dog keeps on messing in the house having mood swings and a lump on her neck has appeared. Please help me I am soo worried.?
i have two theories one shes pregnant or 2 you need to take her to a vet as soon as possible to check out tht lump Read More
Brindle pit bull and she is 7 yrs old her anal gland has a lump and she bit it and put a hole there i applied pressure and got more out of it but what is the best thing to do now need help?
Dogs can build up a harmful thick liquid in that gland that needs to be expressed ever so often to prevent health problems. Most dog groomers and Vets can easily perform this procedure. If the dog has developed a lump there it could be a build up of this poisonous puss. In which case a trip to the Vet may be needed. With the piercing of this lump and it's seeping, I would call your… Read More
it means it is most likely to have nominal so if you leave your dog out in the cold then this is most likely to happen Read More