Why Is My Dogs Skin Turning Black?

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Your dog's skin could be turning black because it is losing a lot of hair on its skin. Hair loss that is accompanied by the darkening of the skin is often termed as the black skin disease. It is therefore advisable to visit a veterinary.
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Sometimes the season can be to blame for a dog's darkening skin, especially on the flanks. Cyclic alopecia, or seasonal flank alopecia, is a growth cycle involving the hair on a dog
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It could be the beginning stage of the mange and should be seen by a vet.
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Your dog may have black skin disease. Some breeds develop a luxurious first hair
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This is common in Pomeranians. It is generally a problem with hormones and it causes there hair to fall out and skin to turn black. If you catch it early enough and have them fixed,
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