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A wart, or papilloma, is caused by the canine papilloma virus. The papilloma virus is highly contagious to other dogs and is transmitted orally through saliva. In some instances, papillomas and the papilloma virus are ge... More »

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Owners who wish to treat their dogs' warts with home remedies can use vitamin E or castor oil, recommends Organic Pet Digest. However, dog warts generally clear up on their own without any treatment, explains PetMD. More »

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Although it is not an emergency, it is a good idea to have a veterinarian examine any warts or lumps that develop on a dog's skin. Wart-like growths can be a symptom of skin cancer. More »

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The primary difference between human papilloma virus and canine papilloma virus is that canine papilloma virus has rarely ever progressed to cancerous conditions whereas human papilloma virus has caused cervical cancer, ... More »

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To remove plantar and palmer warts, WebMD suggests wrapping the area in duct tape, peeling the wart off with an over-the-counter treatment or freezing the wart off with liquid nitrogen. However, most warts go away on the... More »

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According to WebMD, picking ,or otherwise touching a wart, can spread the infection to other parts of the body; therefore, it is not recommended to touch a wart or attempt to remove it by force. Warts are a side effect o... More »

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Warts can be definitively diagnosed via examination by a physician; some physicians may take a biopsy of the wart and examine it under a microscope to ensure that it is a wart, according to WebMD. Warts come in many size... More »

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