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Growth/Wart on Dog's Head Is Getting Bigger

Our male beagle is 4 years old and we noticed a small wart/growth on his head about 6-8 months ago. It seems to me that it is getting bigger.

It does not seem to be bothering him and his behavior (eating, exercise) are all normal. Since this is getting bigger should I be concerned?

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Oct 14, 2012
My Online Vet Response for: Growth/Wart on Dog's Head Is Getting Bigger
by: Dr. Carol Jean Tillman

At only 4 years of age, I am concerned that this growth may be something more serious than a 'wart' on your Beagle. Although it seems to be growing slowly, it is most likely associated with the syndrome know as vaccinosis in holistic medicine.

My advice would be to seek the help of a holistic veterinarian for the best (possibly non-surgical) treatment for this growth. And to improve your dog's health to prevent the occurrence of any more growths/warts.

In the meantime, DO NOT give him anymore vaccinations! A holistic veterinarian will be able to write an exemption form.

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Dr. Carol Jean Tillman

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