It sounds like your dog has allergies. This could be environmental or food allergies. Take her to the vet and see what they recommend.
My one-year-old German Shepherd is losing all of the hair on her abdomen, legs and now her back. She also scratches constantly, and has a rash all over, but the vet says it's not fleas. She took ten days of antibiotics, and the sores from scratching were better, but not gone. We have tried every food, shampoo, etc. Do you have any ideas?
My puppy is ten weeks old, and she has short floppy ears. She has a sore that she keeps scratching and she whines as well. It's scabbed up, and I was told it was from feeding her kibbles and bits. I don't have money to take her to take her to the vet, and I'm trying to find out what I can put on it for relief. Is petroleum jelly okay?
My dog is constantly licking his paws, and I believe a lick granuloma is a possible cause. It may also be a food allergy. My vet put him on antihistamines for both day and night. I am also concerned about the possibility of anxiety. How do I treat this? He is extremely attached to me and is highly intelligent, and he has adoring family members.
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