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I have 6month old lab - his hair is loosing a lot and also lots of saliva, help?

I have 6month old lab - his hair is loosing 'a lot' and also lots of saliva - from birth i only feed him Royal canin, but as per vet suggestion recently 3 week back switched to science plan, to prevent hair fall & saliva - but it didnt work any suggestions???? i have tried - anti-hair fall shampoo's vitamins & calcium but nothing worked...
By ray amor · 02 Nov 2011 6:26 pm


By Rajesh Raghupathy · 03 Nov 2011 4:24 pm
Labs normally shed a lot. You have to brush him daily. Use a slicker comb every morning to remove the loose undercoat so that you do not see the hair all over your home. You dont have to worry until and otherwise you see any bald patches on his body. That is a sign of skin infection. Change in climate, stress and food habits also cause harifall. After you make any change you will have to wait atleast for 3 weeks to see a change in the hairfall.
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By ray amor · 03 Nov 2011 6:34 pm
how can we control saliva
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By Rahul Bhardwaj · 08 Nov 2011 5:59 pm
is it saliva or he drools? i think if he drools then it is not a matter to worry as all these things are common in labs n St.Bernards.....
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By D.chakrabarty · 10 Nov 2011 4:21 pm
possible causes of drooling may be nausea, bloating, allergies, etc in your case may be the diet ur giving him is not suiting the dog. why dont you shift to home made diet of chicken and rice. if it doesnt work u should consult ur vet
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By emran · 20 Jan 2012 10:36 pm
You should start giving diet which contain high quality protein along with high level of omega 3 and omega 6 it will definitely stop or will reduce hair fall, you can go for Eukanuba, Hill , Proplan and Drools .
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