My ten year German Shepherd has a calcium growth on his left side. It is about the size of an egg.
It is not an open sore and more importantly, just in the skin and not connected to muscle tissue. It does not bother the dog nor does it bother the vet. But it looks icky. Does anyone know it these growths will just go away on their own?
I hope it goes away if it is worrying you but if it doesn't bother him or the vet and is not attached to anything,it will likely do no harm anyway.
It is good that it is only in the skin,isn' it?
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