Schedule a vet appointment immediately for a thorough examination and proper diagnosis of the lump.
Your vet may recommend tests like ultrasounds or biopsies to determine the lump's nature and whether it's benign or malignant.
Treatment options based on your vet's recommendations, which may include surgery, medication, or other interventions.
The surgical process if it's recommended, including pre-surgery preparations and post-operative care.
Care for your Border Collie after surgery, including wound care, pain management, and monitoring for complications.
Strategies to help your Border Collie recover smoothly, including physical therapy and exercise routines.
Ensure your Border Collie's long-term health with regular vet checkups and a supportive, loving environment.