I found one on Erns this evening and keep saying its o.k., but you know how it is.That little worry man in the back of your head keeps prodding, which sets the imagination into over drive.
I was rubbing Tessa and thought..Oh no a hard lump. Where did that come from and tried to feel the same spot on Erns. Maybe the way she was sitting so I lay them both down so I could feel the difference. It was the way she was sitting, but when I felt around Erns chest felt one on him.
His other lipoma moves, but this doesn't. Could be where it is. I will take him when Tessa sees the vet Monday.
Good thoughts for Erns abnd Tessa dn teh vet visit.
~It doesn't matter how smart the dog is,it matters how smart the owner is.
Good thoughts that it is nothing, but glad you are getting him checked ASAP
I hope it is nothing. LOL! That "little worry man"....is a real PITA but unavoidable!
Worry! I know! I remember when our 12 yr old started getting them....the vet would say, fatty tumor don't worry....still when she'd get a new one, I worried anyway! I hope yours are just the fatty ones dogs get. Let us know what you find out.
Sophie DOB 04/13/2011 6 mo
Sophie 15 months, with Skye
Hope it's nothing Chris. I've taken to calling Ranger, "Mr.Lumpy".
Blackie and Ranger ...............................Reggie: 1996-2010 "Fly Reggie Fly"
Good thoughts for your pups, hope it is nothing. Our Maggie (rest in peace sweety) started getting those fatty lipomas when she was around 3 or 4, had them up until the time we said goodbye, they never seemed to bother her.
July 1 2000 - September 22 2011
good thoughts for both your kiddos coming your way!
Charlie (foster) and Rocky