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Histiocytoma in Dogs

These growths are common skin tumors that appear on dogs and are usually self-healing dermal growths singular in number.

They are often seen in younger dogs but do occur in canines of any age.

The most common site where these growths can occur on your dog is on the head, ears, and limbs.

They appear as raised lumps that move freely when touched and may become ulcerated.

Most resolve themselves over time without treatment, but a surgical removal is an option if it is causing a problem for your dog.

A histiocytoma is an external button-like growth on your dog that is hairless or with an ulcerated surface.

These are usually benign and are not painful.

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