Pets get many types of lumps and bumps that are benign or easily treatable, but not all lumps and bumps are. Find out what you should do if you find a lump or bump on your pet here.
Skin masses in pets can arise for a large number of reasons, such as infections, tumors, parasites, injury, cysts, warts and calluses. Learn more about skin masses, the diagnosis and treatments here.
Mastitis is a painful and potentially dangerous bacterial infection of the mammary glands. Learn the symptoms of mastitis in dogs here.
Although it’s more common in older dogs and larger breeds, bone cancer can strike dogs of any age and size. Learn about the treatments of bone cancer in dogs here.
Although most cats have no reaction at all, some can have a variety of reactions to vaccines. Learn what problems are associated with vaccines and whether or not you should vaccinate your cat.
Mastitis is a painful and potentially dangerous bacterial infection of the mammary glands. Learn about mastitis and how it affects dogs.
Have you found a lump on your cat’s skin? Learn about what it might be and what you should do.