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Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
12-08-2015, 03:41 PM,
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Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
The vet told us that it was just a Sabacious cyst and that it would go away on its own but its been about a year and its only gotten bigger. Any help would be very much appreciated
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12-08-2015, 03:45 PM,
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RE: Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
(12-08-2015, 03:41 PM)boxerboy Wrote: The vet told us that it was just a Sabacious cyst and that it would go away on its own but its been about a year and its only gotten bigger. Any help would be very much appreciated
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12-09-2015, 12:27 AM,
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RE: Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
Hello Boxerboy, I tried to look at the image, but it's not working for me. Did your vet do a fine needle aspiration on your boxer's lump?
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12-13-2015, 02:26 PM,
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RE: Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
So we took Neiko (my boxer) to the vet the other day. We had found more lumps and bumps around his body and this coming Tuesday they are going to remove the main one on his back and check (and or) remove all the others as well. I will update after the surgery.
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12-13-2015, 07:29 PM,
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RE: Large bump/lump on my Boxers back
Awwww.... so sorry that he's going to have to have surgery it. One of my dogs once had a lump too and vet recommended removal too to get a biopsy since it was get bigger as well. My dog has still two small ones and vet said to keep an eye on them, if they get too large or easily infected they'll want to remove them too. They are also sebaceous cysts, one under the elbow and one on a leg. Luckily they are the same size for now. One on my dog's paw went away completely with castor oil and warm compresses after I googled dog sebaceous cysts home remedies.   Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Keep us posted.
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