What do you do if you see bumps occur on your pet-dog skin someday. Most of people think about cancer as soon as they see some bump on their dogs skin. However, bumps on Dog skin can be caused by many reasons. Therefore, the treatments will depend on understanding if the bumps has changed over time, the look, feel and quality of dog’s life. Good diagnosis can make the treatment easier and cheaper.
There are many kinds of benign bump such as granulomas, fibromas, follicular cysts, or epidermal. Some bumps generally appear as a reaction to injury, inflammation or infection. Leg, groin, head or sides is the common location these bumps occur. Follicular cysts seem to be the most common of all the cysts. They usually occur on the head, neck and trunk. The main characteristics of this bumps that are solitary round, appear above or just beneath the skin. This bumps have bluish color and yellowish gray fluid.
Basal sell tumors are often benign but can be diagnosed as malignant. The bumps can be seen filled with fluid in the head, neck and shoulders of dogs. Basal sell tumors usually occur in adult dogs. One more disease usually occur on old dogs that is Epitheliotropic lymphomas. These bumps have varied shapes and scaly redness. If you see bumps that have reddish black nodules and appear on chest or abdomen of your dog, that can be hemangiosarcmas. They are malignant and invasive tumors.