Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Sevierville, TN
I know some people think this is nuts, but it has never failed to work for me so far. Even worked on a camel who had warts on his muzzle when he came in to the theater I was working at (who knew camels got warts too?)
All we ever do is crush the most prominent warts with a pair of pliers. If there is only a few, we crush them all, if there is alot, we crush the more prominent ones kinda spread out over the muzzle. Just best judgement really. That's it. Even the vet told us to try it, and Ill be danged, those warts healed up in a few weeks to a month or so.
I guess the theory is the trauma forces the body to get to healing and fighting them off? No idea but Its worked all 4 times we have tried it including on a camel. *shrug* Doesn't hurt them either if your worried about that. Don't squeeze any muzzle tho! Just the wart. If they are more flat, you probably can't crush them. Wait till one is bigger and more pronounced.
Married to my One! 10-11-13 Steampunk style:)