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|Subject: Info on canine pappiloma Tue Sep 10, 2013 4:27 pm|| |
Hey guys this bump popped up on Zoe about a weak ago and has stopped growing. I had just been to the vet and she was healthy. I have tried to contact the vet to email her these pictures but can anyone identify what this might be and if I should be concerned?
Thanks ahead of time!
(It is in the corner of her mouth if you don't notice it)
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|Subject: Re: Info on canine pappiloma Tue Sep 10, 2013 4:33 pm|| |
2 of mine have had this before: http://www.vet.purdue.edu/vth/sacp/documents/CaninePapillomaVirus.pdf
Looks like it could be the same. Both went away on their own.
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|Subject: Re: Info on canine pappiloma Tue Sep 10, 2013 4:38 pm|| |
It looks like canine papilloma virus (warts) to me. It's usually harmless and generally goes away once the dog's body starts to generate an immune response. Here is a link to more info about it:
If you are still concerned about it, definitely take her to the vet.
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|Subject: Re: Info on canine pappiloma Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:14 pm|| |
Definitely looks like oral papilloma to me! I would avoid dog park's, because it can be contagious to other dogs, especially if they are under a year old (at least that's what my vet told me with my dog had them).
My vet put her on medication to clear it up, but one was really big and was being stubborn, so I had it removed when she was getting spayed. They can get all over the mouth and can look pretty gross. Nicky had like 6 of them and they were even on her gums next to her teeth.
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|Subject: Re: Info on canine pappiloma Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:41 pm|| |
I didn't want to say it but that is what I thought it was. I'll give it a couple weeks and go to the vet if still there and not getting better. Thanks for the responses guys!
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