And the surgery removing that very large lipoma (fatty tumor) from his neck?
Well here he is recovered and sporting a much more attractive neck line!
Case #2: I thought you may find this case interesting.... What's wrong with this picture?
Case#3: And then we have this little one. I'll call it, "not a tumor...." Can you find what's wrong with this picture?
Case#4: The ugly mass on this dog's rear leg turned out to be a lymphosarcoma. A bad cancer of the lymph nodes.
Case#5: Another tumor. This one is on a female dog,she is laying on her back in the picture. Another bad one. This one was a mammary cancer.
My message here is, please don't wait too long if you notice a lump on your pet that isn't going away or continues to increase in size. Better for everyone if it can be surgically removed while small.
I wouldn't want anyone to think all I do is follow Jerry around the place taking pictures of him working. Or that I spend all of my time riding and skiing..... Sometimes I actually work. ;-)