Why I Don't Remove Lipomas - Unless They Do This

Noncancerous Growths in Dogs

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  • A lipoma is a lump or bump that is actually a benign fatty mass. Lipomas are the most common type of noncancerous growths in dogs, and typically grow just under the skin on the neck, upper legs, underarms, or torso.

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