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My Doberman puppy 7 month old has some problem with skin, help?

what is the problem can any one know this? I have Doberman puppy 7 month old has some problem with skin, a lots of white spot on legs like dandruff but its not dandruff where the spot there is no hair and little bumps is there and dead skin on that bumps i show to my vets but he just ignore it and says its heat problem because of summer but now rain is started but its still not gone i have some photograph of this think but how can i upload here
By Swagat · 04 Jul 2012 12:22 am


By sandy · 05 Jul 2012 10:11 pm
When was it de wormed ? what do u feed, did you change the feed ?

Provided its dewormed and u r feeding royal canine then give samfur 15 gms daily and also give it a bath with seledruff....

Change your vet ASAP.

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By Swagat · 06 Jul 2012 11:43 pm
it de wormed at age of 2 month i already feeding royal canin maxi junior
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By Navjot Singh · 07 Jul 2012 7:22 am
This can symptoms of skin infection - Bald patches. How often you give bath to your dog? Do you allow him to seat on wet surface? Dogs that are given bath too frequently are more susceptible to skin problems. Dogs need daily grooming. Frequent water exposure is mother of all skin related problems.
To stop the infection further, please clean the infected area with Betadine and then apply Spectazole ointment all over the infected area. Do daily brushing. If your dog seats on wet surface, make sure you clean his body with a dry towel.
Also, I'd request you to visit a vet and ask for a good anti bacterial and fungal infection. You may have to shampoo him two weekly for few months. But, in general, keep the coat as dry as possible.

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