1 lump is very large, movable and soft the other is attached to her skin…

1 lump is very large, movable and soft the other is attached to her skin on the inside not movable and some parts are hard some are soft, I’m scared for her as the smaller lump changed shape 2 weeks ago which seems to be when she started being sick should I be worried and demand they check these lumps?

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Jana Rade
5 years ago

I’d want to have those lumps checked properly. There must be a way to do this, even if it might require sedation. Since I don’t know how scared she is and how it presents, I can’t comment much on that. There are vets out there who know how to handle such things. Might just need another vet or might need sedation.  The diarrhea and vomiting started after the vet visit? Did she ever have such reaction to stress? You say she started vomiting and diarrhea post visit and you say she started being sick about two weeks ago – what… Read more »

Jana Rade
5 years ago

The diarrhea might be from the stress or might be part of the initial problem. I believe you do need to figure out what the problem is. I don’t like “just monitoring” problems. Little problems can become big in 4 weeks. If she’s been vomiting for 2 weeks, I think that’s been long enough. If your vet doesn’t want to follow through, however I can appreciate their reasons, I’d find another vet who will. As for the problem with the vets, there are ways to get a dog to be ok with it but you don’t have time for that.… Read more »