It's normal for dogs to get lumpy and bumpy as they age, but an accurate diagnosis is needed, writes veterinarian Jeff Nichol. Veterinary dermatologist Rebecca Mount says sebaceous adenomas are common and usually approached conservatively, though removal might be warranted if the pet is bothered by the growth and possibly opening it up to secondary infection by chewing.
No need to worry about most pet skin lesions
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