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The vet phoned me today with the result of the biopsy on Poppy's lump which was removed last week. It was a Pilomatrixoma - a benign skin tumour which grows from the hair follicle. Vet removed the lump completely and some skin so it looks as though everything is fine. Phew.......... I can relax again now :).

Stitches come out on Friday and then she can go to the groomers next week, two weeks overdue and looking a bit tatty at the moment (groomer had to cancel the appointment I had for two days before her op).
 

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Brilliant news :D
What a relief :)

How did you get on keeping her quiet for a few days after the op? Missy wouldn't stay still :rolleyes:

Bet you can't wait to get her to the groomers and see her all beautified :)
 

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Brilliant news :D
What a relief :)

How did you get on keeping her quiet for a few days after the op? Missy wouldn't stay still :rolleyes:

Bet you can't wait to get her to the groomers and see her all beautified :)
No chance! She was doing zoomies round the living room the next day :rolleyes:, I think she's missed going to the beach. The only "short" walks (vet's orders for a few days) were on the rainy and windy days, and we have had quite a few of those, she doesn't like either and once she's had a wee she turns round and starts for home :lol:. But she's been getting about 3 shorter walks instead of two longer sessions on the beach/walking and we've been playing a fair bit of fetch with the squeeky toys. They bounce back so quickly don't they.
 

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No chance! She was doing zoomies round the living room the next day :rolleyes:, I think she's missed going to the beach. The only "short" walks (vet's orders for a few days) were on the rainy and windy days, and we have had quite a few of those, she doesn't like either and once she's had a wee she turns round and starts for home :lol:. But she's been getting about 3 shorter walks instead of two longer sessions on the beach/walking and we've been playing a fair bit of fetch with the squeeky toys. They bounce back so quickly don't they.
They do indeed :D And people think Bichons are a sedate breed who don't need much stimulation :rolleyes:
 
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