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Canine Papilloma Photos

Many times people might confuse the Canine papilloma virus with other types of dog warts. We have compiled some pictures from my dog, the web, and visitors to this website who have had dogs with COPV. Note these are oral papillomas. Your dog may have warts on other parts of there body. In the end it all comes down to a compromised immune system.

If you have some before and after pics of your dog, send them in.
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7 Responses to “Canine Papilloma Photos”

  1. Sheri says:

    I have a stray dog that is mine now. He appears to be 1 year old. He is a lab and has these white bumps all over his legs, feet and some on the belly. I also have a pit, 6 years old now that I also rescued. I also have a 6 year old chihauha. They are all around each other. Now I have to worry about them getting these warts. What can I do?

  2. Helen says:

    My dog has one the vet said that some dogs have 8-12 and they then have to be removed to help dog eat or drink. It isn’t letting me copy a picture here if have other email could send if you still want another picture.

  3. K Czworka says:

    My 1 1/2 year old Weimaraner had 4 warts in her mouth – discovered by my 6 year old son as he played with her big floppy jowls! One on her upper and lower lip and two on her inner cheek. I gave her 4 chewable flex-pet tabs (the recommended dosage for her weight was 3 but it said you could give one additional tab to dogs with weaker immune systems) for 2 1/2 weeks. 1 week into the medication I gently rubbed the warts themselves between my fingers (I wore a pair of surgical gloves). Some websites mentioned trying to crush or break the warts open but I simply rubbed the to see if anything changed in the appearance. Three weeks from starting the flex-pet the warts are all gone! Thank you – great product!

  4. stephanie says:

    ok so im not sure if anyone can help me but here goes. the other day i was playing with my 5 year old puggle and she was panting heavily. and i notcied something in the back of ther throat. like where a tonsil would be in human and i pryed hermouth open and there was this thing there. it reminds me of a pumpkin seed. its white and flat or sort of oval. i tried to see if it was just something stuck but its attached and of course i cant get a good look at it and im wondering if anyone can help.

  5. Eric D says:

    Hi, I have a 11 year female Dachshund and she has warts on her leg’s back sides. These warts only started appearing once I moved to rathole Texas from Seattle. The photos here on the website have warts inside the mouth. My dog does not have warts inside her mouth. I currently use vetri-DMG Liquid from Petmeds..Your comments please.

  6. Spock says:

    My 2 year old Beagle/Boxer mix got a small wart on his nose a while back. We all thought it was canine papilloma, but it is still there after six weeks. Now it has gotten bigger, and is shaped like a raspberry, the size of a plastic bead. He does like to dig, that might be the case. This wart has bled several times, although none major wounds. I need help.

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