My dog the other day was groomed and came home shacking and licking himself. I thought he may have some razor burn that was bothering him but this morning I noticed a white lump on his penis. I think it might be an infection from a cut but when I took him back to petco they didn't know what it was. They said to put some first aid cream and hydrogen peroxide. This evening I looked again and the lump is bigger. I attached a photo to see if anyone on here has any thoughts.
To be honest, I'm unsure what this is. I think the best plan by far is to make an appointment with the vet to get this checked out. Don't be worried if the vet suggests a needle-biopsy. He might. Any lump that isn't plainly this or that -ought to be needle-biopsied.(the procedure is quite quick, and doesn't need an anesthetic)
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