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Q. My rott is 8 mo old w all shots. He loves being outside. He has a hard part that is the sz of a nickel that's red a lil & a white line in middle of it

A. Thanks for your question, but we're going to need more information, such as where is this "hard part" and what symptoms is your puppy showing? Can you please ask your question again?

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DR. CHRISTIE LONG, D.V.M., C.V.A.

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