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Mange is a disease caused by an infestation of mites on your dog's skin. There are two main types of mange that can affect your dog and it's important to know about both in order to protect and treat your dog.
Demodectic mange is a skin disease caused by microscopic parasites that is usually passed through child birth. This type of mange can result in hair loss and be extremely painful. Luckily there are treatment options available. Learn what they are here.
Mites need particular conditions to live and thrive. Learn how pets contract and host ear mites, so you can keep them from feeding off your best friend.
Some broad-spectrum flea and tick products protect against mosquitoes, mites, and more. Find out more here on how your flea and tick medication works to keep your pets safe.
Protecting your puppy from fleas and ticks is should be near the top of the list things to investigate for new pet parents. Find out if and when you can start using one of the best protection products on the market on your new little friend.
Ear infections are very common in dogs and cats no matter the breed or age. Learn more here about the causes that trigger ear infections.
Demodicosis, better known as mange, is a irritating skin disease caused by Demodex mites. These microscopic pests can cause serious health issues when in large numbers. Here are a few ways you can identify whether or not your pet has demodicosis.
Cats are great at hiding it if they are a bit under the weather. Your cat could have an ear infection, and you may not even know it. Learn more here on how to prevent and treat a cat's ear problems before they turn into serious health concerns.
Alopecia can be caused by a number of preexisting conditions. Learn what you need to know about hair loss in your dog.
Dermatitis is a chronic disease that results in skin inflammation that can show up in dogs as well as cats. Food allergies is most often found to be the reason behind your dog or cat's itchy and irritated skin.
There are a number of different health conditions that can affect dogs. Here's an extensive list of all the major dog diseases and symptoms.
If your dog has scaly skin and thinning, matted hair, they may be suffering from sebaceous adenitis. Read on to learn the causes, symptoms, and treatments of this rare inflammatory skin disease.
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