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I am sorry to hear about Bonnie.
My name is Rebecca. I am a veterinarian, and will do my best to help.
These could be a few different things. How big are they; how long have they been there?
Dogs can get true warts, which are caused by a virus. These usually go away on their own after a few weeks.
They can also get pimples, pus filled bumps that may need to be treated with antibiotics.
Older dogs, and especially Cockers, can get "sebaceous adenomas", raised pink hairless irregular lumps, that are benign growths.
Here are pictures of sebaceous adenomas: pictures of sebaceous adenomas in dogs.
Just cut and paste "pictures of sebaceous adenomas in dogs." into your browser and several pictures should pop up.
These are pictures of viral warts, the kind that will resolve on their own: pictures of warts in dogs
They are as big as a "tick" not sure how long, only showed when she was clipped last Monday, not noticed last time she was clipped 6 weeks ago.
And lastly, dogs can get raised pink pale hairless growths that are cancerous, like mast cell tumors.
Thank you I had better take her to the vet for a check up then?
It would be best to have these identified, and then you will know the best way to treat.
Can they be easily removed? Thank you.
Warts will go away on their own. Pimples should resolve with antibiotics. Sebaceous adenomas are benign, but easily removed.
Thanks for your help.