- Growing lumps or sores that fail to heal
- Changes in appetite and weight loss
- Difficulty breathing, urinating, or defecating
- Bleeding or discharge from any bodily opening
- A sudden change in willingness to exercise
- Offensive odors coming from a pet
- Difficulty swallowing or chewing
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