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    craig_goswell is offline Junior Member
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    DefaultHelp with lumpy elbow please

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    Could some please help identify this lump on my labs elbow ive been told it will eventually full off however im not to sure so would like a few more opinions.

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    Thanks inadvance

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    Have you seen a vet? That is pretty ugly looking. Isn't he disturbing it whenever he lies down?
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    I am going to see a vet just wanted some more opinions first it dosent cause him any discomfort what so ever but i have been told by a vet it will eventually full off

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    What did the vet say it is? I'd be seeing a different vet.
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    goodness, that is pretty ugly looking. Good to hear that it isn't causing him any discomfort. How quickly did it develop?

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    How long has he had that?
    Of course see the vet but it almost looks like a skin tag on steroids.

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    Oof i'd have that removed. Cancerous Mast cell tumours can look like anything. I know i sound like a broken record but all 3 of my dogs have had them and the most important thing is to get them off pronto! the vet can aspirate it to check for cancer cells first. It's an easy procedure.

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