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Q: My yearling has broken out with warts around his mouth. These warts have become quite unsightly. How do I treat him, and will they come back? Should I quarantine him so he does not spread the warts to my other horses?


A: Warts are caused by the papillomavirus, and they usually appear as blemishes on the face, mouth, or nose regions in younger

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