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Dixie Breast Tumor

As Rudy is getting better I have had another issue come up that needs further investigation. About two weeks ago I noticed that one of Dixie's nipples had inflammed. I took her to the vet and the vet noticed that some blood came out so she put her on antibiotics. I went through The Cephalexin for 10 days and the infection subsided. The small red mass is still there. I am not taking chances. Her surgery is scheduled for Wednesday. The mass will be removed and sent to histopathology. Although I don't think it's anything as it is "pea" sized, I am not going to wait incase it would develop into something serious. I am attaching some photos.

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Well shucks...if it isn't one thing, it's another!!!

As usual, you are on top of the problem. Good for you, Jim! Be sure to let us know what the results are. That growth looks scarey to me, but I really don't have much experience with growths...thank goodness.

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She's my favorite buddy next too Rudy. She slept in bed with me last night. She wanted out at 3 am, unusual, so I took her out and brought her back in and was so tired I just went to bed. She followed me and slept on my bed all night.

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Good for you for staying on top of things. Hope everything goes well with the surgery. Hugs to all of you. Keep us posted.
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Better safe than sorry, glad you're getting that taken off.

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May not have anything to do with the tumors, but I am going to move to the three-year vaccination schedule with a few modifications.

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Sending lots of good thoughts for Dixie. Hoping and praying it is something simple.

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This mass has increased in size just overnight. The color has also changed. I am going to make a decision here in the next few hours. At this time her surgery is scheduled for Wednesday at her normal vet. Fortunately here in Fort Wayne we have a 24-hour emergency vet. I may take her there today. I am trying to get a new picture. More later.


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I contacted the emergency vet. They don't think it is life threatening. I received no cooperation from them. Surgery will be Wednesday. I guess people have their lives to live too.

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Positive vibes for you Scoob. Hopefully they can cure it just with removal on Wed.


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I sure hope so. Here is what the emergency vet said:

This kind of mass is not something the emergency doctors would do as it is not considered an emergency. They would refer it to our surgeon who would see her depending on his appointment schedule. If it were to open and be draining we would probably hospitalize her until the surgeon came in on Monday. As long as the dog is acting fine she should be okay to wait until your appointment. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions please feel free to call.
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I sure hope so. Here is what the emergency vet said:

This kind of mass is not something the emergency doctors would do as it is not considered an emergency. They would refer it to our surgeon who would see her depending on his appointment schedule. If it were to open and be draining we would probably hospitalize her until the surgeon came in on Monday. As long as the dog is acting fine she should be okay to wait until your appointment. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions please feel free to call.
That makes sense, just like people ER. What it doesn't do is give you answers or peace of mind!

I'm thinking that given the sudden change, your regular vet might move her surgery up so you might want to prepare for that on Monday as far as feeding.

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I sure hope so. Here is what the emergency vet said:

This kind of mass is not something the emergency doctors would do as it is not considered an emergency. They would refer it to our surgeon who would see her depending on his appointment schedule. If it were to open and be draining we would probably hospitalize her until the surgeon came in on Monday. As long as the dog is acting fine she should be okay to wait until your appointment. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions please feel free to call.
If it's your dog and a growth was increasing that fast, that's not exactly what you want to hear, but I guess it makes sense.

Let your breeder know, Jim, maybe a littermate has had the same experience.

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I'll call Monday and explain the change in size and see if they can move it up some. It was going to be the week after Wednesday. So they moved it up some but didn't know it was changing this quick. I'll just have to do the best I can. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Is it on a nipple? Or just a random mass on her side? It's hard to tell from the photo if you are pulling the skin up for the photo or if its higher up on her side. Is she spayed? Just curious.

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It's on a single nipple. The odd thing is I had her spayed before her first heat which is supposed to significantly reduce the chance of breast cancer.

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Let's just hope it is benign. You're right, it's something like a 1% chance for breast cancer if your dog is spayed before the first heat.
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Thank you for the positive thoughts. I love her dearly. Untill Wednesday, happy thoughts for you and yours.

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I think I'd call your regular vet again early Monday morning to see if they'll squeeze her in a day or so ahead at least. If it's changing in size and appearance quickly you're smart to not want to chance it. Sending good vibes for y'all.
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Just sending good thoughts to you and Dixie and hoping that all ends well.

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Eeek! That went from small to scary. I would at least want them to do a needle aspirate and look at the cells before Wednesday. They could tell if it is suspicious and move your surgery date accordingly.



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I am thinking about bringing Dixie up to my bed tonight. Just to spoil her a little. She's my special buddy!

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She is right here now on my bed now.

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