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Dog, Thuja, & Non-Papilloma Warts

I am having a bit of a time figuring out how to best treat our foster dog with thuja. She is a 9 y-o with “old dog warts”—she does not have papilloma, her are the crusty bloody kind.

Should I treat her orally or topically? It seems as if the best approach would be to treat what is likely vaccinosis in general, as opposed to trying to locate all of her warts and treat each one individually. Reviews I’ve read re: pellets are not great, but I don’t think I need to use 100% essential oil on her, either. My understanding is 30c occidental—but how do I best administer it?
  xfileluv on 2016-12-15
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You may dissolve 1 pellet in some water and give her some licks. This is one dose.

Please give her the remedy twice a day for 15 days and see how that affects.
kadwa 5 years ago
You can buy a plastic syringe device that sucks up the solution and then just squirt it into the mouth or side of mouth. Makes it very easy.
simone717 5 years ago
I have an 8 l lb dog how many pellets and how often please
smarrs40 4 years ago
My 4 years old, can we also advice?
Adele2 4 years ago

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