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Hey guys! Sorry for the delay, I had a crazy week. Allen is doing great, so I guess my letter to the vet fell as a priority a bit. Here are some things I hope to ask her this week:

Is there a way to tell if Allen is still suffering from inflammation?

It seems like the location of the calcium buildup on his ear is unusual. Does that indicate that the inflammation that caused it was only from his ear infection?

Could any of the inflammation have been from dietary intake of calcium? Could some of that calcium be coming from things he eats outside?

Is it possible for the inflammation to have caused calcium deposits internally? Would you be able to see them in an x-ray?

Is it possible for the calcification to be cancerous? Would a biopsy be able to determine this?

Could a blood test tell if his calcium levels are too high?

I read that massage can help breakdown calcium deposits in humans. He doesn’t mind when I touch it – would it be a bad idea to try massaging the buildup?

Let me know if y’all have any thoughts on what the answers might be or other questions I should add in there. Thank you!!!