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06-30-2014 01:04 PM
hunterisgreat a "bubble"? on the skin? under the skin? deep in there? fluid filled? hard? soft? does it move when manipulated?
06-30-2014 12:57 PM
brooklyn2013
Bubble on back of both ears more near the neck

Hello!

I have a 1 year old German shepherd with a bubble size of a cherry behind each ear near the base of the ear. Anyone help me out if this is a serious issue, any natural remedies to help? Greatly appreciated

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