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Is your dog's skin problems a sign of something much more serious?



 
 
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Old August 21st 07, 04:32 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Is your dog's skin problems a sign of something much more serious?

Skin problems can be pretty common in some dogs, especially during the
summer. But did you know that there are other causes of skin problems
in dogs that you might not be aware of? Things in our environment,
commercial dog food and intolerance build ups to common things like
fleas. I have created a blog about dog skin problems and other dog
related health issues. You can visit it hehttp://dog-skin-
problems.blogspot.com/. There is some really great stuff there that
can help you save your dog's life!

 




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