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The gums and tongue can develop pigmentation over time. However, raised black growths could be oral melanoma. I would have this checked by your vet as soon as possible . I don't want to worry you, but do want you to have information in case it is oral melanoma. You can read more here on it.
Unfortunately you need to have him seen and evaluated. Your vet will be able to give you a definite diagnosis and advise on best treatment option. The sooner you address the issue, the better the chances of a favorable outcome.
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