SpotOnTM Case Study #X that Includes Your Dog’s Symptom(s)Case Study #X

Ask Our Vets < Back to Search Results< Back

Malignant dog wart or should we go to a vet?

by robert
(fremont calif)

Our 7 mo old black lab has had this wart for a couple of weeks and now. He also has a small one his nose. The one on his lip is cauliflower-like and the one on his nose is solid.

Comments for Malignant dog wart or should we go to a vet?

Click here to add your own comments

Mar 28, 2011
My Online Vet Response for Malignant dog wart or should we go to a vet?
by: Dr. Carol Jean Tillman

Hi Robert,
The warts that are appearing on your puppy are benign, viral papillomas. More may appear around the mouth and sometimes inside the mouth and on the tongue. It is fairly common in dogs 6 months to 2 years of age. Holistic veterinarians are concerned that this may be due to too many vaccines given to puppies that are too young.

They will usually disappear without treatment after 3-6 months. Or, faster, with homeopathic treatment using the remedy Thuya. It would be best to consult with a holistic veterinarian to have your pup treated with homeopathic remedies.

In the meantime, make sure your pup is eating a fresh wholesome diet (see our page on 10 Best Dog Food Options and consider a raw food diet. And please notify your 'regular' vet that your pup has developed these warts. It should be noted as a vaccine reaction.

To find a holistic veterinarian in your area click on the link below:
find a holistic veterinarian in your area

Please keep us posted by coming back to this page and clicking the 'click here to add your own comments' link below.

Take care,
Dr. Carol Jean Tillman

P.S. If you've found this service or our web site helpful, please "Like" us by clicking the like button at the top of the left margin. Thank you!

DISCLAIMER: This educational advice is based on the depth of your question and the picture you submitted. The above should never replace the advice of your local veterinarian, as they have the ability to evaluate your dog in person.

Related Pages:
- Dog Warts,
- Dog Skin Conditions,
- Ask a Vet Online Library - Dog Warts, Cysts and Strange Growths Section

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Ask a Vet Online via My Online Vet (SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED FOR NEW QUESTIONS).

This is the end of SpotOnTM Case Study #X for Your Symptom(s).End of Case Study #X

Ask Our Vets < Back to Search Results< Back

Want to ask our veterinarians a question but haven't subscribed to My Online Vet? Click here to learn how or click here to go back to the Ask a Vet Online Library of questions.

Want monthly "News You Can Use" and important Organic Pet Digest new content updates?  Click here to sign up for our FREE Dog Care Monthly newsletter.

Do you believe in holistic pet care?  If so, please tell your friends about us with a Facebook like, Google +1 or via Twitter, Pinterest, email or good old fashioned word of mouth. Thank you for supporting our efforts!

For additional research, search for your topic...

Disclaimers: The information contained in this web site is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended as nor should be relied upon as medical advice. Rather, it is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a pet owner/site visitor and his/her local veterinarian(s). Before you use any of the information provided in the site, you should seek the advice of a qualified professional.

In the spirit of full disclosure, we wanted to let you know that we proudly support this website through advertising and affiliate marketing. In other words, when you click on a link that takes you outside of this website, we often earn a small commission. These small commissions allow us to keep the site up and running and to continue offering it completely free of charge to you. Rest assured that all content, recommendations and advice are created before, and are independent of, any sponsorship or affiliate relationship. Click here for more info.