I have recently felt what feels like a blister on the interior of my dog's ear flap. I can't see anything either on the front or the back of the ear flap. It is inside the flap and it seems to be getting bigger and heavier. It seems a bit sensitive when I try to look at it...she doesn't like it, but other than that, it doesn't seem to be bothering her. I looked for any kind of bite or exterior lesion, but I can't see anything.
what is your opinion?
Sorry to hear your golden has developed a blister like growth on the ear flap. Any time there is a growth that is changing for the worse, I recommend having your veterinarian take a look at it to determine what needs to be done.
This blister could be a infection, insect bite reaction, cyst, or ear flap growth. By performing a physical examination, your veterinarian can determine the best course of action.
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