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    hi
    my Booba is getting more bold spots on one side and always eaching
    she eats only good food brands and grain free
    Also she has a little problem under the tail
    any suggestions?
    thanks

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    Sounds like it might be seasonal flank alopicea --- can you post a picture
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    Bacteria or yeast infection, should see vet
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    I agree she may have an infection in her tail pocket. If she has bald spots, and itching, it could be mange, or she may have fleas-even one flea can cause allergic dermatitis.
    She could also have allergy due to food. Some dogs can not eat ALL foods-even if they are the best foods. We need to see a picture, but to be safe, I would recommend a vet visit, and go from there. @Bella and Dozers Dad has given you the threads to read!
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    Quote Originally Posted by booba View Post
    hi
    my Booba is getting more bold spots on one side and always eaching
    she eats only good food brands and grain free
    Also she has a little problem under the tail
    any suggestions?
    thanks
    could you post some pictures? what brand food is she eating?

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    Thank you all here is the photo
    And she eats from brand Blue grain free

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    @2BullyMama is right, that does look like seasonal flank alopecea.


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    Two of mine had seasonal alopecea, they never had any itching with it. One grew all her hair back, the other one still has a large bald patch on one side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booba View Post
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    Thank you all here is the photo
    And she eats from brand Blue grain free

    it does look to be SFA.... even the best food a dog can have issues with. My girl was on Fromm grain free line and there were flavors she just could not have -- anything with white potato was out, and all chicken and salmon due to allergies --- we ended up using Pork and peas and she did fantastic on it. It got rid of all her yeast issues and she never had signs of iching or allergy flare ups. not saying you should use this food, but maybe try a different flavor of Blue and have her checked for mites, just to rule them out
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    Thanks
    UT how do you know what flavors are ok for her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by booba View Post
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    UT how do you know what flavors are ok for her?
    a lot of it was train and error... but I knew from allergy testing that she had high allergy to chicken and a sensitivity to salmon so any flavor with those ingredients were out.... Our boy was also highly allergic to rice and I came to learn that white potato adds to yeast issues so I then went grain,chicken, and fish/salmon free which lead me to Fromm Pork and Peas
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