Our latest foster had a return trip to the vet today to recheck about 6 or 7 'things', one of which is growing horns this week. He called them sebaceous adenomas, and called them aggressive. On the 15th they will all be removed, which isn't normally done, and the one with horns is being sent in with a rush biopsy request. They will also be lancing open several impacted 'ducts' to see if there are more adenomas causing them, up until today we thought they were pustules and had been draining them when they filled. I know a decent amount of vet language and am fairly versed in what is normally done, what not to worry over, and what needs to be dealt with ASAP. But I've NEVER dealt sebaceous adenomas nor have I ever heard of aggressive ones. With the rush on the biopsy I'm assuming he thinks there's a possibility of it being a malignant form. We talked over long term treatment for this issue and I'm aware that they will make an appearance again due to her skin but have been told to keep the oil out of her coat as much as possible. This is a basset hound, 11 years old. Most skin issues I've dealt with on bassets are yeast infections or seborrhea and require Selsun Blue or Nizoral AD to get the yeast under control. Have one right now who has been enduring weekly baths for almost a year and his skin has finally recovered. Vet recommend T-Gel twice a week until we can get her skin back into the right condition and then once a week after that for maintenance. Anyone else dealt with sebaceous adenomas?? What do I need to watch out for? Still going to research the heck out of this but wanting more practical hands on insight. And before it comes up..... the bathing with these shampoos is being recommended by our vet who has many basset clients, he uses what works the best for these conditions in his experience. On this in particular I trust him because it backs up my research and I've seen results.