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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    Quote Originally Posted by xskyzx View Post
    In the article say 1mg per lb? So my pup is around 65 lbs he need to take 6 pills a day for a 10mg claritin? Thats seem a lot ? Bc human only need to take only 1(10mg) aday.
    Claritin is one pill per day. The other dosage is for Benedryl
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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    -4ea5644c-22cc-4b99-b4ed-98933af464a6-jpegGood morning. Sorry if not posting in the correct spot. I couldn’t see where on my phone to post. My bulldog has had this spot that seems to have gotten larger. We have tried several things food changes baths and medications does anyone know what this may be or from?
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    PS I hope the picture posts!
    Last edited by freebeans; 02-21-2021 at 08:51 AM. Reason: Picture

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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    Quote Originally Posted by freebeans View Post
    -4ea5644c-22cc-4b99-b4ed-98933af464a6-jpegGood morning. Sorry if not posting in the correct spot. I couldn’t see where on my phone to post. My bulldog has had this spot that seems to have gotten larger. We have tried several things food changes baths and medications does anyone know what this may be or from?
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    This looks like seasonal alopecia to me... does he also have it on the other side? You could have the vet do a skin scrape, but my Walter suffers thru this every year. It is harmless for them, just irritating for us... Lol Some people have had luck giving melatonin, although it didn't seem to help my Walter.

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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    I agree-seasonal alopecia. Two of mine had it. One grew all her hair back, and the other grew hair back on one side, and not so much on the other side!. It is not serious, just cosmetic. @freebeans
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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    Quote Originally Posted by freebeans View Post
    -4ea5644c-22cc-4b99-b4ed-98933af464a6-jpegGood morning. Sorry if not posting in the correct spot. I couldn’t see where on my phone to post. My bulldog has had this spot that seems to have gotten larger. We have tried several things food changes baths and medications does anyone know what this may be or from?
    thank you,
    jennifer
    PS I hope the picture posts!
    yep, seasonal flank alopecia.... my guy had it, I switched to raw food for many reason, and added vitamin d as the SFA continued. The vitamin D did help and his fur all grew back.
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