• Sebaceous Adenoma Dog

    21 days ago - By Weare the Cure

    Have you ever seen a Sebaceous Adenoma on a dog? I would be willing to bet you have but were unaware of what it was, as these are common in older dogs, and many are not removed due to their benign nature. These adenomas are usually pinkish and have lobules and are found on the head, but they exist elsewhere as well.
    The sebaceous system is basically the oil-producing glands in the skin. These glands secrete sebum into the hair follicles and onto the skin. Sebum is important for keeping the skin soft and moist. It is sebum that gives the coat of a dog that sheen and it has antibiotic...
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