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Alopecia, or hair loss in dogs, could have one of dozens of causes. Learn more about the possible sources of your dog's hair loss here.
How you will treat your dog's alopecia will depend on its underlying cause. Learn about your dog's options here.
Alopecia is any underlying condition that causes hair loss in your dog’s coat. Learn more about alopecia, its causes, and how to treat it here.
Have you noticed your cat scratching just a bit more often these days? If your cat is starting to lose their hair, there maybe an underlying health reason such as allergies or thyroid diseases. Find out here the most common reasons your cat might be losing hair, and how to treat and prevent more hair loss.
Alopecia can be caused by a number of preexisting conditions. Learn what you need to know about hair loss in your dog.
Alopecia occurs when your dog experiences hair loss due to an underlying disease or condition. Learn how to tell what's happening here.
Border Collie's have a variety of coat lengths with a thick undercoat that needs to be trimmed and groomed in between major sessions to prevent matting.
Bathing your Miniature Pinscher can soothe a number of the skin conditions that plague them. Learn how to groom your Min Pin to feeling great here.
Labrador retrievers' hair gets everywhere and on everything. Learn how to remove their hair here.
You probably know what a wart looks like -- perhaps you’ve even had one. But did you know that dogs can develop warts too? Learn how to identify a wart on your dog and what treatments are available.
Overweight dogs are becoming more common now than ever before. Most of the time it tends to sneak up on pet parents. If your dog is a bit overweight and needs to shed a few pounds, it's important to go about it in a healthy way.
Sebaceous adenitis is a skin condition in which dogs suffer from lesions, hair loss, and other painful symptoms. Learn how to recognize this under-diagnosed disease here.
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