Our strategy, Dr. Tolley's and mine, has been to wait until spring where we could freeze the second sarcoid. Because it was so big (the sarcoid, not his wankie), Dr. Tolley said we'd have to knock him out (Izzy, not Dr. Tolley) on the lawn to really get to it. Our plan was to do it when I next take the boys in for their annual dentals and vaccinations.
I don't want to jinx anything, but I kid you not - the thing has almost disappeared! Again, the sarcoid, not his who dilly.
The upper one, the one I am pointing at, used to be a good two inches or more in diameter and was at least as thick as a quarter and just as hard. Over the past few months, I've been noticing that it has gotten flatter and flatter.
When I poked at it this weekend, there was no depth to it at all. It is now simply scaly skin on the surface. I am not sure what happened to it. I am wondering if the trauma we caused to the first one created an immune response to the area, clearing up the second sarcoid in the process.
While it is a little worrisome that it has changed so dramatically (for the good), it looks like we won't need to freeze it off after all (the sarcoid, not his thingy)!