Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Milton, Georgia
Been there done that more times than I can count (used to be a vet assistant and now own a dog daycare). Usually we just let them go away on their own and they always have. I'm not sure if this is true for all, but when we've had clients who had them removed in some manner it almost seemed to make a bunch more crop up. Who knows if they would have anyway, but it was pretty obvious. There was 1 or maybe 2 removed and a few weeks later there were a half dozen in that same area. Luckily we haven't had a case around here (ours or client dogs) in a few years so guess everyone has had them who was going to.
We had one dog (client dog) who only ever had the one wart pop up. But it was right on his nose, he looked like that fake witch in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. He had it for weeks and weeks but the owners didn't want it messed with since it was the only one. It really cracked everyone up, and then suddenly one day it was gone and that was it, no more.