My Dog’s Sebaceous Cyst

Now all of you animal lovers (of whom I am one) don’t despair… this is HELPING the dog and there is no yelping! It is pretty awesome actually. I so want to pop a cyst again sometime… sigh

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  • Thank you PPM. For those that enjoy cysts and **ZIT**ps getting drained, I am sure you enjoyed the efforts of our “fearless Cyst warrior”–however, I am so schizoid I can’t watch animals, kids or my spouse have any procedure. Now, that is a contradiction to my love of zit popping, cyst pulling, and general pus, guts and gore interest. [Even though, I did watch my adult son have minor surgery on a huge cyst–he is high-tolerant to pain.] The comments leave me to believe the animal was helped–and that is good.

  • The person performing the extraction did it effortlessly & pain free. My 19+ yo cat has developed these but not to the point of being drained, yet. Thank you ppm

  • When I was working with retiring racing Greyhounds, they very often came to me with bellies and chests full of blackheads, and I mean by the hundreds. It is because most kennels at the tracks use shredded new paper for the crates, and since the dogs spend 90% of their time in said crate lying down, it drives the dirty newspaper ink into their very thin skin (greys don’t produce fat like other breeds.) SO I got to spend days to weeks slowly working out all those lovely blackheads. And like this dog, they were very calm and quiet – I surmise because they know we are helping them and it feels much better when it is over. 🙂

    Thanks for the post. Brought back some nice memories. ~ H.S.

  • Thanks for sharing, PPM. It is easy to see that you are a tender mama to your baby doggie. No squirming at all. I would have loved to see his/her cute face. What is the breed?

  • luvnpus… I’m sorry to say this isn’t my dog. I just was lucky enough to find the video. Although I would be this way. My lil Yorkie has something on her back that is white and raised but it won’t pop. She had one before and I got some cheesy stuff out of it but this one is solid. She won’t let me mess with it much so it must pain her. Also VICTORIA.. notice how there haven’t been any reposts lately? I will alway comment on a repost… not gripe but comment…. sorry it’s my nature.

  • What kind of dog is that? Did the actual cyst come out? If it was just emptied you can count re-popping it in a month or two. Most dogs get sebaceous cysts and they are usually really small. It’s usually quite awhile before dogs get bathed that in between the oil on their skin will clog a hair pore and a cyst will form.. I managed vet clinics for years and have done thousands of cysts of them. You’d be surprised at how long some people wait – from a little **ZIT**p until it’s the size of a fist. I’m sure that dog feels better, those cysts make them uncomfortable (they don’t hurt unless they are large or in an odd place). Great video!

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