You're going to have to take it to the Vet and get it removed. No way around it. My dog had the same thing. It's alittle expensive so get Care Credit (You can take up to a year to pay off interest free) if you don't have the money. But if it's bothering her, the sooner, the better.View Thread
Yes, unfortunately. I believe the Vet told me that most of the cost was for the anethesia and that it is based on the weight of the dog (My dog is about 90lbs). I was quoted pretty much the same thing. The assistant printed me an estimate with the breakdown. I went ahead and had it removed because it was getting bigger. When I first received the estimate, the growth was a lot smaller and the Vet told me I still had time to have it removed without a problem. I saved the money and 4 months later (it grew pretty fast) I had the surgery done. My dog is mixed Lab/Shepard. I was also told that this is common problem. Who knew????View Thread
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