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by JD
(Bonita Springs FL)

We have a 10 year old female Jack Russell. Our vet has diagnosed her with a non malignant tumor. It is located on her chest and has trippled in size over 5 months. She licks it whenever we aren't watching. What should we do?

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Feb 08, 2013
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by: Paddy's Mom

Perhaps the tumor could be removed, since it has become so large? I would think it should be analized by a vet again due to the growth... good luck!

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