Aardora helps speed healing in three ways. First, Aardora's unique moisturizers soothe itch, irritation, redness and swelling to deter the over-scratching of tender canine warts. Second, Aardora serves as an antimicrobial dressing in order to protect your dog's raw skin from harmful germs (bacteria and fungus). Lastly, Aardora’s Active Earth Elements™ draw toxins and allergens away from your dog's skin while providing essential mineral nutrients. Guaranteed results with no reported side effects.
About Dog Warts, Causes & Symptoms:
Canine skin warts are benign (non-cancerous) viral bumps on your pet's skin. You are most likely to discover a wart on your pet while petting or brushing him/her. A wart can be distinguished from other types of bumps by its strange skin-colored cauliflower-like appearance. Caused by a virus called Papillomavirus, warts may appear singularly or in clusters. Warts can appear on the body but often are spotted on the face.
Warts are not painful for your dog, but they are frustrating and irritating. Your pet may lick or bite a wart, causing it to swell or bleed and run a risk for infection. So, if you notice this happening, it is important to restrict your pet's access to the wart by using a cone or muzzle.
How to Treat a Wart
Although warts are not a problematic or harmful skin condition, you should try to treat the wart as soon as you notice it so that your pet is no longer bothered by this unnecessary bump on their skin.
Use a fast-acting and soothing topical cream to relieve any swelling, discomfort or irritation. A topical (surface) skin protectant, such as Aardora, will also address the viral infection in order to soften, and finally, shrink the wart.
And, of course, treating your dog with an extra dose of TLC (tender loving care) will help him or her to heal more comfortably. Surround your dog with its favorite toys, pillows, etc.
If after a regular course of topical wart treatment, the wart continues to grow or worsen, consider seeing a vet to have a formal examination. Perhaps the bump that you diagnosed as a “wart” is actually something that is more serious.
Trying to Prevent Warts:
Although there is no fail-safe way to prevent your pet from developing a wart, you can discourage future skin irregularities by grooming your dog regularly, and cleaning him or her with an antibacterial wash. Also, try to provide your dog with balanced nutritious meals. Without proper nourishment, a pet's entire body, not just its skin and coat, will be continuously in a state of stress. Many types of dermatological problems can be avoided if your dog is consuming an optimum diet. If you are feeding your dog inexpensive commercial dog food, try upgrading to a meat-filled organic product.