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German shepherd 11 months old and recently skin become dull and smells bad,help?

hello every one, i have German shepherd 11 months old and recently skin become dull and smells bad. I bath my dog with procott shampoo once a week but this problem is continous. and i figure some small tumour like things around all body and what i have to do help me
By CHAN · 20 Aug 2011 6:49 pm

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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 20 Aug 2011 7:06 pm
give a bathe of RIDD and give nutri-coat supplement.
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By Navjot Singh · 20 Aug 2011 9:30 pm
Perhaps the diet your dog gets is deficient in Omega and fatty acid-both promote the circulation of blood to hair follicle.The circulation of blood to hair root is prerequisite of a heathy coat.As Anil suggests , you should feed a good hair supplement to your dog.
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By CHAN · 21 Aug 2011 11:21 am
thanks you anil and navjot and i already started giving advance nutri-coat from its child hood and one problem to my gsd(10month) its jaws small in size how to i increase the size of jaws or any other medincine or practical this to do
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 21 Aug 2011 11:44 am
structure cannot be changed. Just work on excersing the jaws which might help a bit...
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By Nirdosh Kumar (MONI) · 21 Aug 2011 11:52 am
I THINK YOUR DOG IS HAVING SOME KIND OF BACTERIAL OR FUNGEL INFECTION ,SO THAT'S WHY YOU CAN GIVE HIM IVERMECTIN TAB. FOR ONCE ,AND YOU CAN ALSO CHANGE HIS FOOD.
AND ANOTHER THING IS THAT , SIZE OF A JAWS CAN'T BE INCREASED BY ANY MEDICINES ,THIS ALL DEPENDS UP ON HIS LINE, WHAT HE IS CARRYING ....
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By Nirdosh Kumar (MONI) · 21 Aug 2011 11:55 am
I THINK YOUR DOG IS HAVING SOME KIND OF BACTERIAL OR FUNGEL INFECTION ,SO THAT'S WHY YOU CAN GIVE HIM IVERMECTIN TAB. FOR ONCE ,AND YOU CAN ALSO CHANGE HIS FOOD.
AND ANOTHER THING IS THAT , SIZE OF A JAWS CAN'T BE INCREASED BY ANY MEDICINES ,THIS ALL DEPENDS UP ON HIS LINE, WHAT HE IS CARRYING ....
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By pennypup · 22 Aug 2011 4:57 am
GSD's are prone to allergies. Try changing his diet to something grain (specifically corn) free. Often they make the coat dull and give him a bad odour.
As for his jaws, by 11 months, they are unlikely to grow anymore. It's genetics that cause that.
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