Mast cell tumors (MTC)

Don’t Wait to Aspirate: JD Grows New Bumps

Don’t Wait to Aspirate: JD Grows New Bumps

Nobody likes to find new bumps on their dog, particularly since one was a mast cell tumor already. Since having his bumps aspirated and a mast cell tumor removed last October, JD decided to grow a couple of new ones. Again, they were quite small and there was the possibility that he might have run into a branch and that’s…

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Canine Post-Op Wounds: Taking Care of JD’s Wounds

Canine Post-Op Wounds: Taking Care of JD’s Wounds

Some wounds require skin grafts. It is always the goal to make surgery minimally invasive. But when removing a cancerous growth, clean margins might take preference. Boys make horrible patients Is it a guy thing to be horrible about being sick or about their wounds? It’s certainly a guy thing with men and as far as I can tell boy…

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