• Wiki (4)
Sort by:
Page 1 of 1

Scratching And Losing Hair

Cat Flea Allergy Dermatitis

…notice this obsessive scratching before you notice the actual fleas themselves, as they are not necessarily large in number. You might also notice that the cat has incurred some hair loss or thinning around the base of the tail. On closer inspection, you will see evidence of the flea infestation - either the fleas themselves or their waste. In more advanced cases, not only will the cat scratch in a frenzy and lose its hairs - but you might also…

Dog Itching

scratching, licking, biting and rubbing up against objects are common issues that dog owners frequently have to deal with. Often, after a closer examination of the animals fur and skin dog owners may notice scabs, sores, dandruff and other worrisome signs. For some dogs, the itching and scratching can become so bad that thinning hair occurs in some spots and large clumps of shedding hair may be found around the home. Some pets may also lose their…

Cat Itching

scratching, licking, biting and rubbing up against objects are common issues that cat owners frequently have to deal with. Often, after a closer examination of their cat’s fur and skin cat owners may notice scabs, sores, dandruff and other worrisome signs. For some cats, the itching and scratching can become so bad that thinning hair occurs in some spots and large clumps of shedding hair may be found around the home. Some cats may also lose their…

Dog Increased Pigmentation

…or darkening of the color or, in some instances, may lose color. There are many different reasons for this occurrence. Some will change due to disease, others due to a dog’s natural aging process.Diseases causing increased pigmentation • Acanthosis nigricans: this is a disease that is genetic in the breed. Initially there will be darkening of the skin followed by hair loss and scratching. When the initial diagnosis is made, there is usually no…

Page 1 of 1