Feb 29, 2020

Remove Warts on Dogs

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#*While you can avoid surgery and the associated risks, this treatment can cause a number of side effects, including fever and loss of appetite.
 
#*While you can avoid surgery and the associated risks, this treatment can cause a number of side effects, including fever and loss of appetite.
 
#Ask your vet to perform electrocautery. When performing electrocautery, also called electrosurgery, the veterinarian uses a small tool that allows him or her to apply a small, concentrated amount of electricity to the wart. This electricity burns away the contaminated tissue, thereby removing the wart.[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Ask your vet to perform electrocautery. When performing electrocautery, also called electrosurgery, the veterinarian uses a small tool that allows him or her to apply a small, concentrated amount of electricity to the wart. This electricity burns away the contaminated tissue, thereby removing the wart.[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 15.jpg|center]]
#*The surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia, making it a good option if you worry about the risks involved in knocking your dog out with general anesthesia.<ref>https://ift.tt/2whaCV0>
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#*The surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia, making it a good option if you worry about the risks involved in knocking your dog out with general anesthesia.
 
#Discuss the possibility of cryosurgery with your veterinarian. During cryosurgery, the vet will use a specialized tool to freeze the wart. Freezing destroys the diseased tissue, shrinking the wart significantly and, in many cases, causing it to disappear entirely. <ref>http://www.vcahospitals.com/main/pet-health-information/article/animal-health/cryosurgery-in-dogs/952</ref>[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Discuss the possibility of cryosurgery with your veterinarian. During cryosurgery, the vet will use a specialized tool to freeze the wart. Freezing destroys the diseased tissue, shrinking the wart significantly and, in many cases, causing it to disappear entirely. <ref>http://www.vcahospitals.com/main/pet-health-information/article/animal-health/cryosurgery-in-dogs/952</ref>[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#*Like electrocautery, cryosurgery is performed under local anesthesia, so your dog will not need to be completely knocked out.  
 
#*Like electrocautery, cryosurgery is performed under local anesthesia, so your dog will not need to be completely knocked out.  
 
#Opt for excision. An excision is the most traditional treatment for warts, but your veterinarian may need to put your dog under general anesthesia to perform it. During a traditional excision, the vet simply cuts the wart and contaminated tissue away using a medical scalpel.[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#Opt for excision. An excision is the most traditional treatment for warts, but your veterinarian may need to put your dog under general anesthesia to perform it. During a traditional excision, the vet simply cuts the wart and contaminated tissue away using a medical scalpel.[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#*Your vet may opt to wait to excise warts until your dog is going under general anesthesia for another reason, since putting a dog under is an extreme measure to put a dog through just to remove warts.<ref>https://ift.tt/38dtXUp>
 
#*Your vet may opt to wait to excise warts until your dog is going under general anesthesia for another reason, since putting a dog under is an extreme measure to put a dog through just to remove warts.<ref>https://ift.tt/38dtXUp>
#Try laser ablation. Opt for this treatment if your dog has persistent warts that do not respond to other treatments. Your dog will need to go under general anesthesia, but laser ablation attacks warts at the root, and often proves itself to be the most powerful treatment against resistant or recurrent warts.<ref>https://ift.tt/2whaCV0>[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 18.jpg|center]]
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#Try laser ablation. Opt for this treatment if your dog has persistent warts that do not respond to other treatments. Your dog will need to go under general anesthesia, but laser ablation attacks warts at the root, and often proves itself to be the most powerful treatment against resistant or recurrent warts.[[Image:Remove Warts on Dogs Step 18.jpg|center]]
   
 
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