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Since Sammie is acting normal and these lumps do not bother him, these are either scar tissue from a previous injury or insect bite or a benign tumor under the skin. If this was something more serious, he would be painful in these areas and not wanting to eat. It is best, ***** ***** , to have your vet examine these areas and possibly remove them and biopsy to be sure that these are benign, considering Sammy's age. In most cases, these are harmless to your sweet Sammie.Does that make sense to you?
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