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Question:Im concerned about a growth on my dogs inner leg. The closest description i could find was a horse ulcer and i am not 100% sure what that is, an unlcer is the closest description. Please email the address above so i can respond with a picture. She had had it for almost one year. It has burst and we cleaned it and removed what seemed to be the head of the infection. Its soft to the touch. it continues to refil with a bloody liquid whenever emptied. It doesnt seem to be causing her pain; however im concerened for her heath. Thank you for taking the time to read my email.
Answer:I don't know what you mean by a "horse ulcer" or a "unlcer" - (I even Googled both to see if it was some regional term for something I am familiar with). I can't see your email address in my list. Definitely your best bet is to have your veterinarian check it out and run some tests on it - even if I saw a picture of it, I would still need to do a fine needle aspirate or a biopsy to tell you what it is.