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These lumps you see are also common in older Staffy’s but it is hard to know if they are benign lesions or cancer lesions that would need to be removed and biopsied. Your veterinarian will do a fine needle aspirate of these lumps to determine if it is important for Snookie to remove these. Often, these are benign and as long as they do not interfere with function, they are not removed.
Hopefully, these are benign and she can see out of the other eye but it is best to find out from your veterinarian.
Does that make sense to you?
I am not sure about seeing the PDSA veterinarian but you should call. It is always a good sign that Snookie is eating and active. You may not have to do anything since she can see well out of the other eye. The other eye is close to white means that her sight is foggy but she can see shadows at least and may nit require treatment.
You are very welcome! Please let me know how Snookie is doing and if I can answer any other questions ❤️