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Published on Sep 15, 2011
Lipoma or fatty tumor in dogs are common tumors that grow under the skin in dogs. Most are benign, but any tumor that grows rapidly or changes in appearance should be checked out. A needle is used to suck cells up to be stained and viewed on a slide. Dogs that are obese and /or have many lipomas may benefit from less dry food, diluted dry food, canned food, or homemade food with less calories.