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Has anyone seen anything like this before? I took my girl to the vet and a sample was removed by syringe. The vet confirmed there was no fluid inside so it’s not a cyst, but we decided not to send the sample off because we didn’t want to put her through an operation. She has since developed another one......both are on her hind.

Recently her little friends has developed two aswell......on her tummy! What are they, any ideas? It seems strange they both have them now.......this has been over about 8 months.

Both girls are absolutely fine in themselves, running around, eating and popcorning......

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Claire W

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They could be harmless fatty lumps. I’d expect them to be filled with pus and / or blood if they were abscesses which you say your vet didn’t see in the sample? I’d have the vet send the sample off
 

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I don’t have a clue I’m afraid. But I would ask the vet to send the samples off and see what comes back. Especially if both have developed them.
 

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:agr: to sending the samples off. It’s going to be the only way to really find out what is going on
 
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