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Papilloma Virus

Pappiloma Virus / Warts

Herbal feline and canine papilloma virus remedies for the treatment of warts on cats and dogs.

The immune system is a complex array of cells that are found throughout the body, to provide a fortified defense against unwanted invaders, directed at facilitating normal function and is not intended to be suppressive or stimulating, but in cases of dysfunction, requires whole body systemic support. The animal immune system is intricate and keeps animals healthy and protects them against all sorts of invaders including viruses, bacteria, microbes, parasites and toxins.

Warts are clusters of abnormal cells that appear as round growths on the skin, particularly around the eyes and mouth. In dogs these growths are called viral papillomas. They often have jagged edges and may seem cauliflower-like in appearance. While warts are often unsightly, the good news is that they are usually harmless and seldom pose a health risk to your pet.

Warts are caused by the Papillomavirus (PV) which is a virus that actually stimulates the skin cells to produce the wart. Infection can occur when your dog comes into contact with another infected dog or picks up the virus from the environment; however the virus is more common in pets with immature or weakened immune systems.

Once your pet is infected, the warts usually appear within a month to two months and in most cases your pet will present with multiple warts. As your pet’s immune system becomes more mature the warts should start to disappear, with most cases resolving within 1-5 months.

Herbal Remedies:

Herbal remedies are used to treat a number of skin conditions including warts and to assist in the speedy recovery from warts, to improve the body’s resistance to viruses and disease, in the treatment of skin conditions and to promote healthy skin and coat, to promote a healthy immune system, cellular support and liver function, to cleanse, detoxify and to purify the body through elimination of excess waste and toxins.  

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If your pet has warts, then veterinary treatment is often not necessary unless complications occur. However, what you may think are harmless warts may turn out to be something more sinister and so an accurate diagnosis by your local veterinarian is important.

Try applying some vitamin E oil directly to the wart. This can be repeated a few times a day for a few weeks.

Applying castor oil to the wart can soften it and thus reduce irritation and discomfort.

Prevention is always better than cure so make sure that your pet’s immune system is strong so that it can easily fight off viruses such as those that cause the warts in the first place. A healthy immune system will also encourage faster healing after infection.

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Conventional Remedies:

Once your pet is infected, the warts usually appear within a month to two months and in most cases your pet will present with multiple warts. As your pet’s immune system becomes more mature the warts should start to disappear, with most cases resolving within 1-5 months.

 

 

 

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