You’re petting your dog or cat, and all of a sudden you feel something different. It doesn’t seem like it bothers your pet when you touch it, but there’s definitely a lump present. The lump seems small, doesn’t seem to bother your pet, but you’re not sure what to do.
Many pet parents start questioning if this is cancer?
What does it mean for my pet?
Are they going to die from it?
These worries are why it’s important to make sure that any new lumps and bumps you find on your pet should be checked out by your veterinarian. With the vet’s tools and diagnostics, many pet parents can receive peace of mind knowing that their pet is going to be ok.
There are many different kinds of lumps and bumps, many are benign meaning they don’t spread internally or typically cause issues for your pet. When a lump or bump forms, it means there’s an imbalance in the body. Even if the lump is benign, we need to be assessing why the lump or bump formed and how we can resolve the underlying imbalance.
Make sure you watch the short video to learn how to help your pet when they start developing lumps or bumps with natural medicine.
In this video, you’ll learn about:
What lumps or bumps mean for your pet
When to monitor lumps or bumps
Different types of lumps and bumps
Natural remedies to help improve the immune system
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