My Dog Has a Rash?


Skin problems are very common in dogs and they can be difficult and frustrating to treat, for owner, vet and especially the poor dog. If the rash has come up very suddenly then it's possible that your dog has reacted to something. The most common reaction that is seen in dogs with skin problems is allergy. It's very difficult to pin point exactly what your dog is allergic to, common things are flea bites, household dust mites, pollens, chemicals such as fabric detergents, and food.
Q&A Related to "My Dog Has a Rash"
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