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Date Posted: 22:34:45 08/25/06 Fri
Author: Joan
Subject: Re: Flyer lumps or fat?
In reply to: M.J. 's message, "Flyer lumps or fat?" on 19:50:07 08/25/06 Fri

It should be fine until Tuesday. The fact that they are on both side lends itself more to fat deposits, but it is worth check out. I'd put some antibiotic ointment on the one that is getting the fur rubbed off.

>I called the vet but no one can help me until
>Tuesday because that is when the vet who knows how to
>treat flyers will be back. I was wondering if anyone
>has seen flyers with these lumps and should I do
>anything to the cut or just wait until Tuesday? Thank
>you for your advice.

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