Dog Mouth Warts: Oral Papillomatosis in Pups Explained

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Severity:

Usually mild, rare cases can be more serious

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Key points

  • Oral papillomas are benign warts that can grow around the mouth of young dogs
  • They are caused by a virus spread by other infected dogs
  • Treatment is not usually required
  • These warts usually regress and disappear by themselves over time
  • They are not contagious to other animals or humans
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Symptoms & types

Most of the time warts are nothing to worry about. Warty growths around the mouth of a young dog are usually caused by an oral papillomavirus, and the lumps regress by themselves again.

Understanding the diagnostics

Learning about the causes

Oral papillomas are contagious and can spread by either direct contact with an infected dog or through touching items that an infected dog has touched with their mouths (like toys and food bowls).

Best treatment options

You can support your dog by making sure he is on a good-quality complete diet to ensure his immune system is getting all the nutrients it needs.

Conclusion

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