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    Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Boomerang has a number of skin growths. I had her checked about a month ago but decided not to have this one removed due to her being gravid.
    Since then it has doubled in size and I felt it must be removed regardless of how it will effect her being gravid.
    It will be lasered off later in the day. Once removed it will be sent off for identification. (well worth the $30 fee)
    This is boom chillin' in the hood of my jacket before the Vet. came in.

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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Awww poor Boom. I hope she does alright! You and Boomerang will be in my thoughts.
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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Poor girl i hope everything goes well.
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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Ditto from us Steve....

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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Fingers crossed everything goes well and hope she makes a speedy recovery

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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Boom is back home and doing well. According to my Vet. the growth was not very deep, which he felt was a good thing.
    She's got a few stitches and the incision will be treated with Silver Sulfadiazine.
    She'll spend the next couple weeks upstairs where I can keep a special eye on her.
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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Glad to hear it went well.

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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Hope all turns out well.
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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    Glad everything went well. Will be interested in what that growth was.

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    Re: Boom's Growth (Removal)

    What he said ^^ very strange looking. Fingers crossed for a good recovery.
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