Dog Has Two Small Bumps
My dog has two small "bumps" I'd like your opinion about.
#1 is on her front left leg/arm. It has been there for approx 7 years. It has grown very slowly and is approx 1/2" x 1/4".
It does not itch or bother her at all. If I lift the skin underneath, there is no lump or attachment. It is rather flappy and feels dry at end. It is blackish/gray and originally looked just like a tick!
#2 ion her right arm and is approx 1/4" in size. It is skin colored and this one does not bother her either. It has grown a very small amount and has been present also for about 7 years.
Nothing under skin with this one either. It looks wart-like.
Nikki is a ten yr old Pom/Peke mix. She is healthy and eats mostly organic meats, with some Fromm grain free dry. All treats are grain free and natural. She is not vaccinated in the past 7 years after a seizure issue following Rabies vaccine.
Your opinion would be appreciated. I don't have a Vet right now since I'm tired of fighting about vaccines with traditional vets. I'm looking for a Holistic Integrative Vet but wanted an opinion on these growths.
Thank you very much!
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