Getting Rid of Dog Warts – My Story… Well My Dog’s Story

Jester Dog WartsFirst… take a deep breath and relax. I know these dog warts have you freaking out just a bit. I know I was freaked out when I first saw them on our dog.

A Few Things to Know about Dog Warts

  • These will go away.
  • It will take a bit of time
  • We can HELP!

Why you should listen to what we have to say? Well has been around since 2007. We have talked to and help 100’s of dog owners just like you help get rid of their dogs’ warts.

Our Story

Back in May 2007 I noticed this bump on my dog Jesters lip. Over the next few days they started growing all over his month. It was nasty to say the least.  I had no clue what was going on! So a Vet trip was in order.

The vets really did not have a clue and said to just give it time. The options they gave were costly surgery Click here to see why surgical removal does not work! or to go see some specialist  which was a $300 visit alone.

So like any man I said screw this I need to find another way! After scouring the web for information I started to find others whose dogs’ had dog warts. There was a wealth of information out there, but it was all over the place.

I decided to start this website so I could help others, because I hated feeling helpless and having my dog suffer.

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There is a lot more info spread out amongst the site. If you have any questions use the Contact Page.


    • Gary Siebert D.V.M.
    • February 1, 2012

    What works for oral Viral Papillomas in canines? THANKS

    • Wendy
    • February 20, 2012

    My dog has a wart on his head and has had it for several years. It’s grown and have taken him to the vet twice and have been told it isn’t hurting him. My vet didn’t want to remove it. It looks like a human brain! It bleeds occasionally and have to keep my other dog from licking it. My vet also said to put peroxide on it to keep it clean. It seems to break apart…not like human warts.

    • Austin
    • May 11, 2015

    My dog has had warts for 4 to 5 months where
    There on his lips chin 1 under the eye, and about
    25 to 30 in his mouth. His case is very severe, I’ve taken him to the vet in the beginning and they say I’ll be gone in 6 months.
    They continue to pop up and grow, anything I can do?

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