Cherry Eye ( also known as Prolapsed Gland of the Third Eyelid)
"…and began to call his dog, which lay motionless on the floor and seemed to be sound asleep with its nose on its paws. “Azorka, Azorka,” he mumbled in a quavering, aged voice. “Azorka!” Azorka did not stir. “Azorka, Azorka,” the old man repeated anxiously, and he poked the dog with his stick. But it remained in the same position. The stick dropped from his hands. He stooped, knelt, down, and in both hands lifted Azorka’s head. The poor dog was dead. Unnoticed it had died at its master’s feet from old age, and perhaps from hunger too. The old man looked at it for a minute as though struck, as though he did not understand that Azorka was dead; then bent down gently to his old servant and friend and pressed his pale cheek to the dead face of the dog. A minute of silence passed. We were all touched. At last the poor fellow got up. He was very pale and trembled as though he were in a fever.”
Fyodor Dostoyevsky- The Insulted and Humiliated
Massive mammary tumor in a 13 years old Black Cocker Spaniel.
The first two pictures were taken before surgery, the third one after the tumor has been removed. Hemorrhage is usually intense, so a good hemostasis is required.
The last picture shows the tumor, compared to a scalpel blade. It weighs about 500-600 g.