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Date Posted: 21:35:35 08/30/06 Wed
Author: M.J.
Subject: Re: Update on SweetCheeks Vet Appt.
In reply to: Joan 's message, "Re: Update on SweetCheeks Vet Appt." on 17:14:58 08/30/06 Wed

The vet said he thought it could either be a tumor or infected cut. I guess certain tumors can rupture and this is very close to her mammary gland. When he saw the other lump on her other side, he was leaning towards "an infected cut" theory. He said the antibiotic should clear it up if it is indeed a cut and if it's a tumor he will need to go in and surgically remove it.

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