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Sristi

Nov 13, 2016

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Patch of hair loss in dogs could be result of Folliculitis or allergies. Parasites and fungal infection can also cause patch of hair loss. See your vet before it spreads or worsens.

Nov 13, 2016

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Hair loss/shedding results from number of causes. Unlike human beings, hair growth cycle is different. for e.g. Hair does not grow continuously in dogs. Photoperiod (light intensity) is main factor besides nutrition, genetics, health that can cause dog to shed hair excessively during some seasons and therefore, can be physiological. Dogs also may shed excessive hair because of stress, worms, harsh climate and general illness. 30% of proteins in diet goes for maintenance of hair and skin health. Therefore balanced and complete nutrition is most important for healthy skin and hair coat. Regular grooming/Brushing is very important.

Nov 13, 2016

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It sounds like she's being territorial. I would advise you to seek help from a good trainer. With proper training your dog can become well adjusted.

Nov 13, 2016

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Did you change your pet’s food recently? Maybe you could visit the vet and get your dog checked for worms once. She could also have an irritated intestinal tract. Visit the vet as soon as possible.

Nov 13, 2016

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Dogs, like people, like to get rewarded for doing things. Treats are a good way to get your dog to listen to you. However, I would advise you to take him to some training classes to teach you how to get him to listen.

Nov 13, 2016

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Eggs are no problem as long as well boiled or cooked. However, eggs alone will not meet your puppy’s nutritional requirements. We suggest that you feed complete puppy pet food which will help in growth and maintaining good health.

Sristi

Nov 13, 2016

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Puppies need almost 2 times more nutrients than adults and therefore do not feed adult food to puppies. Feed puppy food designed to meet their requirements for growth and health.