1. Lumps and bumps underneath your pet’s skin
You can gently run your hands across your dog’s skin like this, feeling for abnormal lumps and bumps beneath the skin. Unfortunately, to the touch, you can’t tell if a lump is cancerous or not, so it’s best to have it tested by a vet.
Lumps can form on any part of your dog’s body, including between the toes, so it’s great if you can train your dog to be able to look at it’s feet.
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