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    Not that it seems to be bothering him........


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    Yeah ive noticed hes getting a little thin along his side under his arm as well so i am going to see about melatonin and new food today.


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    yes..that the real tell tale sign the thinning flanks...at least you know not to stress about it now. and let him know that if he lost every hair on his sweet little bully body you would still love him. oh by the way , my vet..who is not a bully vet, didnt know what it was until I found out on this site and told her . she looked it up and said yes thats what it is . she had 3 others one of which was a boxer, another a bully, and a pit bull who were going thru the same thing, who she said she would call and let them know. ...I wonder how many times this web site educated vets thru the people on it....thank you englishbulldognews

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwise View Post
    Not that it seems to be bothering him........


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    that is one handsome and comfortable boy!
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    Not that it seems to be bothering him........


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    oh gosh he is beautiful!!..yes doesnt seem to bother him at all-10155716_10206265325422475_5484200790755544654_n-jpgthis is sophia in her workout shirt. snoozing after she came in from her walk ..doesnt seem to bother her either

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    I have found with the SFA,at least on my dogs, that first the skin under the hair will turn black, and then the hair in that area starts to fall out. Maude's never did grow back on one side. Martha's skin turned black, but area seems to be shrinking and the hair did not fall out. They had Melatonin all winter.
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    Glen is so cute! Every time I think I've seen the cutest, along comes another!! I just want to kiss them all on their smushy faces!!
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    Someone doesnt want go go see the vet........


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwise View Post
    Someone doesnt want go go see the vet........



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    Haha look at that face! Just let him know there will be treats after the vet appt if he behaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwise View Post
    Someone doesnt want go go see the vet........


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    I'd be hiding to big fella!
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    Hi can anyone please help. I'm Goin out of my mind wit the bald spots that are occuring on my bulldog. He's now 7 n half years old and ive never had anything like this before. I've also been to the vets 3 times for tests and everything comes up clear, can someone pls help me?,

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    Hi here is the picture of the bald patche's that are constantly occuring over his body. He has about 15 now an. Some are quite big
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    Does it itch them having seasonal Alepecia? My Boo had a couple small quarter size bare spots and I took her to the vet because she also had been on a somewhat new dog food at which she had been on it for approximately 4wks at that point. Hair was coming out in clumps and doc said it was seasonal and not food related because she was on food to long at this point. She gave antibiotics and shampoo, hair still continued coming out and quarter size bare spots were now the size of saucer plates and again vet said seasonal. Gave her prednisone and said if it doesn't help that I will need to take her to a dermatologist. I noticed baby hairs growing back and less loss of hair however today I noticed a brand new tiny little spot so I am not sure but her is exactly like yours in the pic. I did ask about a skin scraping and she told me No as this was not same symptoms as a mange so time will tell I guess. She has never had this before so I am not sure what I am looking at with a "seasonal" here. I told the vet that it was coming out so fast in clumps that she was going to end up looking like my sisters dog who is a chinese hairless dog. Anyways I hope your dogs hair stops coming out. I still in my opinion believe it has to do with the food because these are the type of symptoms you look for when changing to a food and finding out whether or not it is going to work for your dog or not work for you dog but I'm not a vet she overrides that idea, but a mom to my bully I am really thinking it is food related. Bulldogs are the best educational learning experience a person can get. Straight from their own bully or a community of bully owners lol. Thanks

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