Discovering a lump on your pet can be scary. Your mind may immediately jump to the worst thing you can imagine: cancer.
The fact is, there are many causes of skin lumps and bumps in pets - such as cysts, allergic reactions, benign tumors and infections. Most are harmless, but a few can be serious.
The first thing to do is make an appointment with us to determine what the lump may be. This is especially important if your pet is lethargic or in pain, or if the lump is rapidly growing, warm, bleeding, irregular in shape, or attached to the tissues under the skin.
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and we're offering a special incentive to have your pet's lumps and bumps examined: 15% OFF bumps and lumps exam through the month of November.
Request an Appointment.