Round, oval, or bulging lumps
Soft and squishy
Small, raised, and round bump (wart-like growth)
Hard or fluid-filled
Swollen, pus-filled lumps
Movable (if the abscess does not involve deeper tissue)
Soft or a bit firm
Can take on various appearances
Firm or hard to the touch
In some cases, benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) masses can look and feel the same; the only way to tell the difference is by examining masses from a cellular level. It is always recommended to consult a veterinarian.
After the Operation
We will let you know when it’s time to pick up your pet. Before you go home, we will review the post-operative treatment plan with you and provide any medications your pet will need.