Hair Loss – Hair Fall | Shredding Problems Dog | Puppy – Bhola Shola | Harwinder Singh Grewal

Hair Loss – Hair fall is one of the most popular problems among dogs.

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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about hair loss problems among dogs and their solutions in the Hindi Language.

Please watch our video carefully or read the article below:

Most dogs shed hair, especially during the hot summer months, but a dog losing hair in massive amounts or with bald spots could mean something more serious such as allergies, hormonal imbalance, mites, trauma or infection. While it’s normal for most dogs to shed at some point throughout the year, if large clumps of dull hair or fur fall out easily or if your dog’s fur is thinning to the point where you can see her skin, this is a sign of excessive hair loss.

There can be major underlying health problems going on, like organ issues or dog hair loss can be caused by hormonal problems. If your dog is losing hair, there are several things you should consider.

Although a dog losing hair can arise from a serious condition, this isn’t always the case. In fact, most dog hair loss happens as a result of highly treatable conditions. The most common causes are contact allergies, flea allergies, and food allergies. In the case of allergies, the hair loss is caused by all the scratching the dog does.

Your dog could also be sensitive to specific seasonal allergens in the air. If your dog has hair loss only a few months out of the year, especially on her back and sides, this is called seasonal flank alopecia.

Take a look at the causes of a dog losing hair and find out how to help your furry friend.

Just take care of following things:

1. Don’t feed spicy food to dogs we cook at home for ourselves.

2. Deworm your dogs timely.

3. Give skin/coat vitamins to dogs twice a day.

4. Buy good shampoo for dog and wash dog thoroughly.

5. Do brushing of the dog by taking him out in a garden or outside the home.

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