Veterinarians have growing arsenal to treat lumps, bumps


Pet owners should check their pet monthly from head to tail for unusual lumps and bumps, make a note of any they find and check those weekly for changes, and bring any anomalies to their veterinarian's attention, says veterinarian James Speiser. Veterinarians have access to treatment options now that they didn't have even five years ago, and they will take a biopsy of suspicious bumps and lesions to determine the best action, Dr. Speiser says.

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