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Lipomas on my dog

hello, I have a 10 year old chow/beagle mix he has about 6 Lipomas They have been tested by the vet. his biggest one is on his chest its about 5 inches round. and he has one one his arm that is 3 inches round and one on his shoulder blade that feels pretty bit but hard to measure and one one his rib cage that is like 4 inches round except its flat. one on his butt that is 2 inches round and one on were his ribs begin on his underside that is the size of a pea. Dillenger is 45 pounds. he's had the one on his chest the longest hes had it a little over 4 years now. I've heard that sometimes bad teeth can have something to do with it. But his teeth are absolutly beautiful..hes always been a chewer and I think that is what has kept his teeth so beautiful. Please help. Surgery is really not an optiopn at this point. I've even tried tummeric power and I didnt see any improvemnt and fish oil. I'm lost.

  Kimmysmomma on 2009-02-11
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oh I forgot to mention. He hasent gotten any vaccines in about 4 years and hes been on a strictly RAW diet for over a year now. I thought that the grains might be causing them but so far nothing has changed. I forgot to mention that he also has a lipoma Right where his tail attaches to his body. and the one that is on his arm is acually on his elbow. Just thought I would get all the fact stright incase were they are located affect the case.


Kimmysmomma last decade

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