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    DefaultAnyone's dog ever have this?

    Frankie has this thing, it's about the size of a tick, it's raised like a tick, it's brown like a tick, but it's, like, crusty. It's under his "armpit" on his side. He's had 2 mast cell tumors removed in his life, but this doesn't look like either of those did. Those were both a skin colored bump.

    Of course I will have it checked, just thought I'd ask if anyone here has heard of such a thing.



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    I haven't. Just want to say good thoughts.

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    no mine never has either, but sending good thoughts and prayers ur way though!!!

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    That is what Emma's mole looked like but it was not crusty. Could he have possibly scratched it?
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    Skin tag?

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    Maybe look up sebaceous cyst, see if that seem similar (by the way, google images seems to only have all extreme versions of it, bleh). Should always have a vet take a peak to rule out anything concerning of course.
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