Which Dogs Are Prone to Skin Problems?

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June 30, 2014

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The topic of our today’s newsletter is a dog’s skin problems. Many dog experts insist that because of the wide range of causes, dogs of all ages and breeds suffer from problems with their skin. Dogs who are young, elderly, immunocompromised or living in crowded, stressful environments may be more susceptible to skin problems than others. How Can Skin Problems Be Prevented?

1. Use natural, hypoallergenic soaps and shampoos recommended for use in dogs.
2. Brush your dog regularly to prevent matting of hair.
3. Feed your dog with a healthy and balanced food without artificial ingredients.
4. Implement a flea-treatment program as recommended by your veterinarian.
5. Regularly clean your home.
6. Provide calm living conditions for your dog.
 



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