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I was using the shedding blade on her today and notice a growth on her barrel (side). It's hard and attached, not a lipoma. Plus she's losing the muscling in her rear. :(

This is Dot last June



This is Dot today



I know she's 29 and has lived a nice long life, but I'm going to miss the old girl when it's her time.
 

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Very true. I think I might finally not have a dog pass this year, but it looks like it may be Dot. I just can't escape death. :(
 

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Having just lost our old "Jesse" I know how you are feeling. It's so hard to watch them go downhill.
No matter how hard it is though, I always think of it as a continuing cycle. For me, deaths have always opened up something new, fresh, and joyous. Oh, I greive, but then I just always seem to move ahead and something is always there to pick me up.

I hope Dot has many good years left. What has the vet said about the mass?
 

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The vet hasn't been out. Bonnie isn't into traditional veterinary care.
 
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