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Looks like an infected tumor on his bottom lip

It started out as a small pink bump over a year ago but it keeps growing in size

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Dr. Brown

Veterinarian

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Vaccine

Respiratory & Nose

Thank you for connecting with us. Thank you for the video. This is quite severe. You need to bring him to the vet ASAP. If the tumor/lump is growing in size, color, or texture, an immediate evaluation is generally required due to the chances of malignancies. In the clinic, your vet is likely to carry out FNA(Fine Needle Aspiration) to evaluate the growth before any proper treatment plans can be established and begin. In general, surgical removal or drainage is carried out if the result is benign. However, a confirmative diagnosis can only be made at the clinic. Please make an appointment with a vet ASAP for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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