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A 4-year-old 7.0-kg (15.4-lb) sexually intact female Dachshund that had a history of self-inflicted wounds was evaluated at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of Bologna University because of a skin wound on the ventral aspect of the thorax. The first episode had occurred 6 months prior and involved a cutaneous wound in the thoracic region; this was followed 2 months later by development of a cutaneous lesion in the right shoulder region. The owner had also noticed other minor skin lesions on the dog's flanks. During the few days preceding the evaluation, the dog had started to bite and lick

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An 8-year-old sexually intact male Vizsla was evaluated because of a 2-year history of a slowly growing mass in the right submandibular region. No other clinical signs were reported by the owner.

Clinical Findings

Physical examination revealed a soft nonmovable, right submandibular mass; palpation of the mass did not elicit signs of pain. The regional lymph node was not palpable. Results of a CBC, serum biochemical profile, and coagulation profile were unremarkable. To better determine the origin and extension of the mass, the dog underwent a CT scan that revealed a 10 × 8 × 7-cm soft tissue density

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