Have you found a lump or bump on your pet? Don’t ignore it! Instead, take the steps Dr. Andy Roark outlines in this episode of Cone of Shame.

1. Write down where it is located.


2. Measure it, and report it.


3. Ask for an aspirate.

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Want to learn more about what to do if you find a lump on your pet?

Watch the full episode below for more information. Thank you to Dr. Sue Ettinger of DrSueCancerVet.com for the information she provided for this video.

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