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Join date : 2012-08-10

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PostSubject: canine papilloma virus   canine papilloma virus EmptySun Sep 09, 2012 9:30 am

Our husky has canine papilloma virus, which the vet tells us is nothing to worry about and they will monitor the growths on his mouth at the next visit.

Just curious if anyone else has had experience with this condition and any treatments that have worked.
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PostSubject: Re: canine papilloma virus   canine papilloma virus EmptySun Sep 09, 2012 9:38 am

Not really much can be done with them or should be done. Some go away on their own or if they stay you can go the surgical route. Keep your pup out of the dog park so you don't possibly infect other canines.
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Female Join date : 2012-08-11
Location : Toronto, ON

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PostSubject: Re: canine papilloma virus   canine papilloma virus EmptySun Sep 09, 2012 9:50 am

Cally had it (about 6-7 in her mouth and one on her chin), our vet told us the same thing but he popped a couple of the big ones and said that should help her build up an immunity to them quicker. They were gone within about 2 weeks I believe. Sometimes takes longer though... just avoid dog parks/ other dogs because it is contagious
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