Oral Papillomas

Oral Papillomas

 

Oral papillomas are wart-like growths which typically occur in the mouth, but can also appear on the lips. 

The number present can vary from one or two, to hundreds - and in rare cases thousands!

The cause, is infection with the Canine Papilloma Virus, which is transmissible from dog to dog by direct contact.

Young dogs are most commonly affected, and the persistence of the virus is associated with an immature or weakened immune system.

In most cases this is a temporary stage in development, although in some dogs the growths can remain for many months, which can make eating painful.

Supporting the immune system naturally, helps the body to combat the virus successfully as quickly as possible.

This can be provided as follows:

1. Give Immunity at the normal daily amount suggested on the label for the first week. If the stools remain well-formed and health otherwise good, double the quantity. Keep supplementation at this level until all the growths have gone, and then reduce to the maintenance amount.

 

2. Give 2-3 drops of Injection Visit by gently dabbing on the outside of the lips with a clean finger. Also add a few drops to drinking water daily. This stimulates the body's natural self-repair and defence mechanisms. Continue the remedy alongside Immunity, until all growths have gone.

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