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I suggest not taking any chances and get your dog FULLY CHECKED. Our dog (goldie) golden retriever and another breed, had 2 cysts. Since he got them quite often we didn't think to much about the ones he had. We were completed wrong and the cysts got infected BADLY. Let's just say this, the cysts turned into huge bumps and exploded. He did not die. In my opinion, the doctor should be shot right between the eyes. He did a poor examination on the dog and it looked like he started that day. This all could of been avoided if they taken some blood. Make sure you get a your dog completely checked. Don't look at the cyst and say, oh it's not big, nothing will happen. Remember thats just the top of his skin.
What I am trying to say is, don't think your dog has little cysts and push it to the side. You never know how big they really are. Also if your dog starts to itch or scratch or be bothered by it, GET HIM CHECKED THAT SECOND!
Sorry if you can't understand my writing, I am not the best.