Rat Rescuer and Hospice
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Toronto, Canada
She sadly is at a common age for them to appear. Where its located is more flank than inner leg right? Feel the tumour and see if you can get your fingers almost all the way around it, or if its firmly attached all over the back, the less attached, usually the easier to remove. Each tumor will grow differently, it may grow very fast and then slow down, or continue to grow fast, or grow slowly, but its cheaper and easier on her to remove when its small.
Is your vet competent with tumor removals?
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