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  1. Arti says:

    More serious lumps, which include mammary cancers, mast cell tumours and melanomas, usually require speedy treatment, with surgical removal, x-rays and laboratory tests to confirm identity and prognosis. Often lumps will be sampled (what’s known as a ‘biopsy’) to help direct vets to appropriate therapy. The following signs are common with many diseases, but may be your first warning sign of cancer, especially when they don’t respond to treatment.

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