08:27 pm
02 August 2015

Big Dog, Bigger Lipoma, Biggest Relief!

Impressively monster-sized lipoma removed from big doggie! Talk about having a weight lifted off your chest!!

LOL, Enjoy and have fun!

– mookzmom, MVM

Thanks very much to Gyrperegrinegw for “Lipoma” (Uploaded to YouTube, Apr 15, 2011)

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22 comments

  • Wowsers! Awesome video, great music! Since it was a lipoma I bet the vet said to leave it until it started causing problems but boy that was huge. Hope doggie feels much better noe, I would love to see an after shot of him awake. As usual, well done MKM.

  • this one hit really close to home for me. my doberman developed one of these in the center of her chest. the vet told me that it was a fatty lipoma and not to worry – it can be taken out if it got bigger. well, bigger it got and fast. she was an old dobie, as well. when the vet got it, it was discovered that it had infiltrated the chest wall and encomp**ZIT**ed one of the mammary glands as well. as a result, part of the wall and the gland were removed but the margins could not be gotten out due to extent of the inflitration. i felt bad for my girl and the vet who cried through out the surgery. when it came back, it did with a vengence, twice as big and spread out more. rather than have her be sliced up again and due to her age and risk of having her p**ZIT** on the table, i opted to let her go to the rainbow bridge. therefore, this pup is fortunate as well as a great vet who was able to remove it intact. hope it never returns on her and if it does, they respond asap to avoid what i had to deal with. poor baby!

    • My vet refers to me as a helicopter fur-parent for the same reason. My boys are super healthy, but when the tiniest thing goes wrong, you can bet your **ZIT**, I’m down there harr**ZIT**ing the vet. My fat-dog, LAg Spike has has a few little lipomas and the vet has always said because of his heart murmur that he’d rather not removed them. But the one on his breast bone grew this year- not much, it went from pinky finger nail size to thumb nail sized. Luckliy my boys had their teeth done and Lag was due to have a tooth pulled from ‘his days on the street toughing it’ (aka the little chinese lady feeding him deep fried dim sims – no wonder he’s had teeth problems!).

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