Cancer and Lumps

Cancer and Lumps

If your pet has an unusual lump or bump we advise that you book in for a consultation to see one of our experienced vets. The vet can then determine if surgery is required.

If needed, we can also send a sample of the lump to a laboratory for testing to determine its exact nature and the likelihood of it causing further problems.

Please contact us on (02) 4261 4055 if your pet has a lump or growth that needs to be examined. 

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