My american bulldog had surgery yesterday. He had a growth on his tail that is called histiocytoma. Does anyone know what the cause of these tumors are and if they will return? Tyson is very young to have health problems like these. He is only 18 months old. Also, Are these tumors caused by his immune system? Any information would be greatly appreciated.View Thread
I took tyson my american bulldog to the vet today about the growth on his tail. They told me that it is a Histiocytoma. He is scheduled for surgery to remove it on Friday. Is there any other treatment for this type of growth? Or is surgery the only cure for it? Also does this type of growth keep returning?View Thread
I have an 18 month american bulldog that has a growth on his tail. I have an apt with his vet on wednesday. What are the chances that this could be cancer. I am so stressed over this. I found the growth on Friday.View Thread
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