My dog is 6 years old and when he was 1 year old, he started growing bumps, (I recon they are tumors) 1 on his neck and his vet asked how old he is and I said 1. He looked at me and said, That's it? Yes. He said that dogs shouldn't get these until they are older, like 6. Well, now he is 6 and he has them ALL over his body. I don't have $ 500.00 to get 1 taken off, imagine taking all of them out...I'd need a bail-out...lol.
Can anyone tell me if there is a home remedy to at least get some gone, or is he just stuck with them?
He also has hot-spots and I give him that hot-spot crap. It doesn't work, he goes right to it and licks. I am tired of yelling at him and giving him a bath. I put a shirt on him and he feels better....most of the time.
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