When a Papilloma Appears

When to treat, and when to let nature take its course.

One or more cauliflower-shaped, white bumps have developed in your dog’s mouth, or perhaps on her eyelid or somewhere else on her body. Is it cancer? And even if it’s not cancer, will the bump(s) keep growing and cause your dog harm by limiting her movement or pushing against vital tissue? Chances are, no. While […]
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