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Pyoderma often has an underlying cause like allergies, hypothyroidism, or Cushing's disease, among other possibilities. Learn more about the causes of pyoderma.
Coprophagia, or eating feces, can have quite a few causes. Learn more here.
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.
Alopecia can be caused by a number of preexisting conditions. Learn what you need to know about hair loss in your dog at PetCareRX.
Dandruff in pets can be triggered by climate, bathing routine, or other causes. Find out what's causing your dog or cat's flaky skin.
Dandruff in cats and dogs can be treated by changing grooming, diet, and other routines. Read more about treating flaky skin in pets.
Pet dandruff is a hassle. It triggers our allergies, and it gets all over everything. Plus, it makes your pet itchy as well. Here are the 5 things to know about pet dandruff.
Even though Pit Bulls have a short coat that lies flat, it is important to groom them consistently as well as provide them with a healthy diet to ensure a beautiful glossy coat.
Learn about the symptoms of the most common and the most concerning diseases that can affect your senior dog here.
Dogs shed -- it’s what they do. However, excessive dog shedding might be a cause for concern, as it can often be symptomatic of an underlying condition. Learn the signs of normal dog shedding and how it's different from illness-related shedding.
If you are curious about something your vet prescribed and want to learn more about it, these are seven of the most commonly prescribed vet meds, complete with links to their full medication guides. Check them out and get informed.
Just because they're covered head to paw in fur doesn’t mean that cats don’t suffer from the occasional skin condition. Whether it's caused by weather, stress, fleas, or something else, many of the symptoms of cat skin problems are universal.
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