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my puppy has a lump...help!

Discussion in 'Dogs - Pit bull breeds specific' started by ericaann15, Jan 13, 2006.

  1. ericaann15

    ericaann15 New Member

    our girl, midnight, is 4 months old and has a lump on her back towards her leg that we just found last night. what could it be? i'm scared, i don't want her to be sick! help me please.
  2. MyPetTherapyDog

    MyPetTherapyDog New Member

    When does she go to the vet for her next set of puppy shots?
    I would give the vets office a call and schedule her for an appointment.
    Its probably nothing to worry but but it will ease your mind to get it looked at.
    Good luck to you and your pup.
  3. Killerbee2

    Killerbee2 New Member

    I recomend (sp?) taking her to the vet. It might be no big deal...then it might be a mig deal. 8)

  4. ericaann15

    ericaann15 New Member

    thank you all so much. i looked for it again last night because her next vets appt. is next week-ish and couldn't find it anymore, is it common for them to just go away sometimes? and if so is that good?and she's doing absolutely wonderful just like a normal puppy thanks for all of your help it means a lot!
  5. Shineillusion

    Shineillusion New Member

    Lumps can be so many things, especially on puppies. She might have been playing and bumped into something, causing a bruise. It could have been an insect bite. Depending on the location it could have been a reaction to her last vaccination. It could have been any number of minor things. If it went away on it's own, I wouldn't worry about it. But you should probably mention it to the vet anyway.

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