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Thread: Seasonal Flank Alopcia

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    Default Re: Seasonal Flank Alopcia

    HI there
    here is a product that our dermatologist recommended and it did help Duke's hair grow back. there is a ton of information to read about it..

    Nu-Stock - Topical treatment for Horses, Dogs, and Cattle

    we believe this and a combination of healthy diet really helped! your bulldog is beautiful!

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    Default Re: Seasonal Flank Alopcia

    I also read somewhere that sunlight is good for alopecia. Bea spent the better part of her summer playing in her pool, in the sunshine (when we had it) but I saw no improvement from sunbathing. She did have a blast in the pool though. ha ha
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    Default Re: Seasonal Flank Alopcia

    Ive heard of and seen good results with melatonin. We have a bully in rescue with it and his hair is growing back in.

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