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    Maybe it is just the Salmon. Has Bacon had salmon in food before?
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    Default Re: Bald spot neck under chin.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loves Bacon View Post
    I realized that the bald spot started when I gave him the grizzly bear salmon oil. Seemed to be drying out and clearing up since I stopped giving it to him. I will give it a few more days and see if the hair starts growing back.

    Has anyone experience allergy with the salmon oil?

    Banks has issue with salmon... she itches and licks at her paws. i think @JAKEISGREAT .. Jake has issue too
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    I hope so. She did have some salmon treat before and she was fine with it.

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    Default Re: Bald spot neck under chin.

    Thanks for the heads up I started giving that to Bacon last night to help with his skin issues, I'll have to keep an eye on his coat.

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    Yup! Jake had an immediate reaction when I tried NVI Salmon! He got pink all over his feet and bumps! Licking constantly..and that was only after 2 partial meals!

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    Update on Bacon.
    Went to the Vet and they confirmed that it is mange. Got a topical cream that we need to apply for four weeks.

    Thanks everyone,

    Bacon

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    Can you tell me the name of the cream they gave you. We have the mite problem and they are suggesting a more potent oral medicine daily?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loves Bacon View Post
    Update on Bacon.
    Went to the Vet and they confirmed that it is mange. Got a topical cream that we need to apply for four weeks.

    Thanks everyone,

    Bacon

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    Default Re: Bald spot neck under chin.

    I hope Bacon gets better! Please keep us updated!

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    Default Re: Bald spot neck under chin.

    I'm not sure what the red spot is, but my female Blossom had an allergic reaction to Salmon oil, so I had to discontinue it.
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    @littlemissmaggie, the name if the cream is "goodwinol topical cream"

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    @sweetpeasmom2008, hopefully she is fully recovered. We are going to the vet this Thursday for a skin scrape too see if its gone.
    She is also getting spayed and micro chipped.

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    Fingers crossed it has gone!!!

    I know it's not relevant now .... but ... I have had no problem with salmon here, it's always been the chicken that I had to watch when Maggie was with us. With Linus and Daddy everything was fine. The I happened to switch our foster bully, Bella Bear, from Fromm Beef Frittata to Fromm Salmon and she lost clumps of hair on the top of her head!! We immediately switched back to the Beef and now have to wait for the hair to come back to experiment and see if it really is salmon. At the moment she has NOTHING but the beef, no treats or anything so that we can rule out whether it's salmon or not.

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