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Equate Dog Wart Remover for Forehead Wart

by Miguel
(Abilene, TX)

I would like to know if I can use the medication from Equate, Wart Remover with Salicylic Acid, a fast acting liquid, to remove a wart on my dog's forehead? The wart looks like a blood blister and is about an eighth of an inch wide. Please let me know.


Miguel Javier Jr.

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Feb 23, 2015
My Online Vet Response for: Equate Dog Wart Remover for Forehead Wart
by: Dr Carol Jean Tillman

February 23, 2015

Hi Miguel,
You wrote,
"The wart looks like a blood blister"
Without a photo, I am not sure if this is actually a wart. See our page on Dog Warts,

If you were to use this product and the growth is not a wart, you may cause it to bleed, and possibly either grow larger or spread. I am also concerned that is contains salicylic acid, and if your dog were able to rub his head and lick it, it would cause some serious digestive problems.

If you could send a photo, and some more information about your dog: age, breed, past vaccination history and diet, I could give you some more suggestions on what to do with this growth.

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