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    I just noticed this right now on Brett's lower back


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    @2bulldogsstuff...Chubbys skin used to be so bad but we switched him to science diet Z/D...the only thing is you need a prescription but after you get the prescription it is at Petsmart... that is the only kibble he eats...it took a little while but he is so much better now...Good luck 🖒

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    looks like some type of dermatitis.... try rubbing coconut oil on it for a few days and see if it helps. How old is Brett now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    looks like some type of dermatitis.... try rubbing coconut oil on it for a few days and see if it helps. How old is Brett now?
    Will be 2 in October


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bulldogsstuff View Post
    Will be 2 in October


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    Ok - then that should rule out mange. try the coconut oil, but you may want to have the vet check it out to make sure he does not need any type of other treatment. it could be allergy related -- no changes in the house or to his food?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Ok - then that should rule out mange. try the coconut oil, but you may want to have the vet check it out to make sure he does not need any type of other treatment. it could be allergy related -- no changes in the house or to his food?
    We moved to a new place over a week ago. I was thinking maybe that's a cause or something


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bulldogsstuff View Post
    We moved to a new place over a week ago. I was thinking maybe that's a cause or something


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    Sure could.... might even be from stress of the move. Behavior ok?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Sure could.... might even be from stress of the move. Behavior ok?
    Yes ma'am. Still sweet. Just moved too much when I was trying to take a pic


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    Get well soon, Brett!

    On and off, Castor has small spots of hair falling out on his head and neck, leaving the skin looking a bit like that. When it got worse last week, we took him to the vet who discovered he had hot spots. They literally developed from one day to another and he went from looking a bit moth eaten to really sore. With that in mind, I would take Brett to the vet if it gets any worse!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cefe13 View Post
    Get well soon, Brett!

    On and off, Castor has small spots of hair falling out on his head and neck, leaving the skin looking a bit like that. When it got worse last week, we took him to the vet who discovered he had hot spots. They literally developed from one day to another and he went from looking a bit moth eaten to really sore. With that in mind, I would take Brett to the vet if it gets any worse!
    I was thinking hot spots too. What did you ended giving Castor for it? Going to the vet later today


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bulldogsstuff View Post
    I was thinking hot spots too. What did you ended giving Castor for it? Going to the vet later today


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    The vet told us to wash him daily with a shampoo called Triz Chlor 4 (shampoo, wait ten mins and then rinse) and then use aloe vera or a spray called Douxo Calm Gel (we use the latter). After about a week the skin is almost good so now we're just waiting for the coat to grow back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cefe13 View Post
    The vet told us to wash him daily with a shampoo called Triz Chlor 4 (shampoo, wait ten mins and then rinse) and then use aloe vera or a spray called Douxo Calm Gel (we use the latter). After about a week the skin is almost good so now we're just waiting for the coat to grow back.
    We went and said most likely from the stress of moving...and maybe allergies also maybe reactions from flea bites since hair loss so just in case getting flea prevention since it's a new place. Can I get those shampoo on Amazon or its prescription? I use NuStock for hair to grow back and it works wonders


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