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    I would put some NuStock on her spots.
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    We switched to semi-raw for our two... Walter was having hair loss, ear infection, you name it. We also get the Cytopoint injections... it's been a lifesaver, and keeping the vet bills down somewhat.

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    Good morning. Our English bulldog has been having really bad allergies we changed her diet to homemade food but she's still having issues with her allergies and now is getting these bald spots. I'm not sure if they are related or not. Her new food is beef bone broth, turkey breast and ground, carrots, celery, sweet potatoes, green beans, corn, kale and eggs. Does anyone know what these spots are? Any help would be appreciated. They don't seem to bug her. Attachment 118430Attachment 118431Attachment 118432
    We have two EBs and our 7yr old has awful allergies. He constantly licks his paws to the point of sores and bleeding, hair loss, sores like yours pictured (which are new and we are hoping is only due to allergies), swollen face, puffy eyes etc... our vet recommended a special test (we have pet insurance through nationwide and it covered it) it came back with a long list of what he is and isnt allergic to. From there we were able to find a special (food $100 a bag) and that's helped with the throwing up. They also got a special drop just for him to help with the outdoor allergies. The drops unfortunately didnt work. But we found out he is allergic to EVERYTHING besides eggs potatoes corn and beat juice lol. But anything for our bullies! Maybe see if your vet could do a test like that.. hope it helps !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manydogs View Post
    I would put some NuStock on her spots.
    I did that with Monty when he got what looks like the same thing. Cleared up in no time.

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