Warning: Unpleasant Photos
This is what his growths looked liked before being shaved for surgery. All that was visible and evident to the touch was this cluster group of papillomas that had grown in size and had multiplied in number.
This is a picture of his growths given to me by my vet, which shows a good view of what we were dealing with. You are looking at his elbow joint, the same as above, only shaved pre-surgery and really shows the lump under the growths very clearly. I chose to share this photo as an educational and informational tool, so if anyone ever sees anything remotely similar to the first photo, they can check with their vet right away.
I can honestly say I am so glad I decided to have them removed. Otherwise, I would not have known about the hidden lump. I'm glad I chose to bring him in for a follow-up visit when I detected some change from last summer when I first discovered a much smaller cluster of papillomas. I am very relieved that my vet was able to remove it all.
I am very fortunate to have a wonderful veterinarian, veterinarian hospital, and veterinarian team who truly care about our Sibes and give them all the very best care possible.
Wolf's homecoming was indeed a happy one (although a little spacey for Wolf who is still under the influence!)
|Gibson was happy to see his little bro!|
|Getting kisses from Harley!|
|Chloe cried when her sibling came home!|
|Bandit was so happy, she was a blur!|