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Q. Hi my dog jojo testicles are the size of a grapefuit he won't eat he threw up twice this pass week when walks he is off balance

A. Unfortunately, testicular cancer is another possibility. Please take him to a vet ASAP.

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DR. ANDREA M. BRODIE, DVM

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A. Your dog may be suffering from orchitis. This could be caused by a virus or by bacteria or excessive licking. You need to take him to a veterinarian for an exam. This surely is painful and needs pain medication and possibly prescription antibiotics.

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