Lola's Lipoma Issue
Sunday, November 6, 2016
Lola developed a lipoma (fatty tumor) in her armpit about a year ago. The vet said it was harmless, and not to worry. A few months ago, it started growing rapidly, to the point where it began to interfere with her mobility. Our regular vet referred us to a veterinary surgeon, who said that it would cost $5,000 to remove, would require a 6 week recovery period during which she would have to be kept strictly confined, and that the surgery could lead to complications including paralysis or even death. Oh, and also, the tumor might grow right back. In desperation, I tried the Disolve formula, along with switching her to a raw food diet, as recommended. In only a week and a half, the lump is significantly smaller, and she is better able to get around. Lola and I couldn't be happier.
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