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Q. Hi.. May dog has lumps or either bumps on his feet.. Its getting bigger though I know it snot hurting him. Is there anything that I can do for him? ty

A. You should see a vet to check what is it and apply proper treatment. It can be allergic reaction, infection, pustules and others. Clinical exam is necessary to make a diagnosis because many dermatological diseases looks very similar

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ZANETA KRASON

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