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Boxers are also a breed that are prone to lipomas. I agree with everything mentioned above. My Moose-dog had one on his lower eyelid, fortunately it was very slow growing and we didn't need to remove it. My golden had a MASSIVE one on her back. At 13 yrs, the vet said it needed to come off. She had stitches from her left hind knee, up the leg, and over the hip to the right side of her back. It was massive underneath - surprised the vet at the size. She lived another 3-1/2 years.
 
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