Help Needed! Hair loss with black specs

Crystalsal82

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I’m hoping for a little help . I just noticed yesterday my little boy Taz has started losing his hair . When I first got him he had an issue with his fur and the vet gave me a medication shampoo but this looks completely different. Does anyone have any idea what this could be ?? E4D817B4-CEA9-4919-91CD-64FB35B11BD1.jpegE4D817B4-CEA9-4919-91CD-64FB35B11BD1.jpeg
 

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I’m hoping for a little help . I just noticed yesterday my little boy Taz has started losing his hair . When I first got him he had an issue with his fur and the vet gave me a medication shampoo but this looks completely different. Does anyone have any idea what this could be ??View attachment 119790View attachment 119790

Welcome! How old is Taz? What food brand/protien are you currently feeding? Do you give a probiotic?
 
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Thank you Taz is ten months old and is currently eating blue buffalo puppy life protection formula. He is not using a probiotic.
 

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Thank you Taz is ten months old and is currently eating blue buffalo puppy life protection formula. He is not using a probiotic.

I would add a probiotic (fresh sauerkraut, raw goats milk, milk keifer or Herbsmith microflora)... since under a year, I would have a skin scrape done to rule out mites/mange.
If food has chicken... switch to a none chicken based food as for whatever reason, bulldogs tend to have issues with processed chicken
 

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