As they age, most dogs will develop a lump or bump, or a whole series of them. It can be tempting to ignore them, or to write them off as just another old-dog thing. While that’s what they often are, they should always be checked out by your veterinarian. Canine mast cell tumors are one of the five cancers most frequently diagnosed in dogs.
What is it?
The 5 most common types of canine cancer:
Mast Cell Tumors
Plus a Canine Cancer Overview