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Do You Have an Itchy Dog?

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Does your dog scratch and itch frequently? Does he obsessively lick, bite, or chew his skin? A dog that is itchy is not a happy or comfy dog. In fact, it's much more likely that...

What Causes Itchy Skin in Dogs?

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In vet speak, itching is also known as pruritus. Where and how much your dog itches depend on the underlying cause of the itching, and nailing down the source can sometimes be challenging. Learn more in our article What Causes Itchy Skin in Dogs?

What to Do If Your Dog Has Itchy Skin

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Unfortunately, the cause of itching can be shrouded in mystery, and take some serious detective work to uncover. The treatment of itching can be just as complicated, and will depend entirely on the accuracy of your detective skills in figuring out the underlying problem. What to Do If Your Dog Has Itchy Skin

Skin Allergies in Cats: What Every Pet Parent Should Know

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Skin allergies in cats are very common. If you own a cat, you may already know that your feline can be every bit as sensitive to allergens as humans can. They can react to outside...

Why Is My Cat Itching So Much?

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Cats by instinct and nature are groomers. They love to clean themselves and lick their fur. However, if you aren't careful, sometimes these behaviors could become compulsive. Learn more in: Why Is My Cat Itching So Much?

What Causes Hair Loss in Cats?

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You know you have a healthy cat when they have a shiny, soft, thick coat. However, when you start to notice that your cat seems to be losing a substantial amount of fur, this can be worrisome, especially if their hair loss is coupled with excessive scratching. So What Causes Hair Loss in Cats?

Skin Conditions in Dogs & Cats

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Nothing is worse than when our dogs and cats aren’t feeling well and we aren’t quite sure what’s wrong with them. When they experience illness, there are certain physical symptoms that may alert us to what’s wrong.

5 Tips for Keeping Your Pet’s Coat Silky & Shiny

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Is your pet's coat looking a little less like a Pantene commercial and a little more like they just finished a tough mudder? There are a number of dietary, health, and grooming factors that could be...