There are many mammal species that can be affected by fibromas.
Infected animals have hairless growths on their skin.
These growths are variable in color, texture, number, and size (from a dime to a baseball), and often found around eyes and neck but may also be on the body or legs.
No. People cannot be infected with this type of wart.
There is no known risk to humans.
None. People are not at risk.
Yes. After trimming away affected tissue, and properly cooking the meat, it is safe for pets to eat.
A virus in the Papovaviridae family. Fibromas typically do not cause adverse effects to the animals unless their size or location interferes with normal body functions such as sight, eating, respiration, and locomotion.