Thanks, glad to know it will take care of it self....she looks like the cutest goofball with this wart hangning on her lip^^^^ what she said It'll fall off eventually. Both Jack and Chloe had it, I wouldn't be surprised if Kira gets it too. The only ones that won't fall off (from experience with Chloe) are the papillomas on the abdomen. Those need to be surgically removed. Those were still papillomas but wouldn't have fallen off on their own.
No he doesn't have any dogs, but his employment status has changed. I know plenty of dogs are home alone while there owners work but I'm always home. Crap! It would be a shock to them for me to go away and them crated all day...my son is very good to them but 7-8 hours by themselves would not be best for them, but also probably not the worst either.Dont bring a dog with papilloma to a kennel to board (or for daycare)....they are contagious to other dogs. They wont be happy and good boarding kennels can be hard to come by!
Does your son have dogs?