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Hi. Welcome to Just Answer. My name is***** Any chance you can take a photo of this bump and post it here with the paper clip icon so I can view what you're seeing? A picture could be worth a thousand words in this situation.
Thanks for sending those! I'm going to look at them now.
Buddy looks like a very wiggly fellow! Full of energy. That bump itself has me suspicious for something like a sebaceous cyst. They can occur on the skin in areas where an oil gland gets blocked up and then the oils / secretions accumulate under the skin. These are pretty common and typically don't grow or grow extremely slowly. The best way to know exactly what it is would be to have a vet aspirate it with a needle to look at the material that comes out under a microscope. If it is a sebaceous cyst, they are cosmetic issues that can occasionally open and discharge their material.