It’s a lot like kids who suck their thumb — once the habit starts, it’s hard to break. Here’s what you need to know about causes and treatment.
As tempting as it may be to pop them, don’t.
Can dogs get dandruff? Yes, dogs, like us, are susceptible to this skin condition. Possible causes of dog dandruff include seborrhea or even dry air.
It’s heartbreaking to see your dog or cat go through the misery that’s caused by allergies in pets. Start your research with this expert guide.
Much like human acne in teens, dog acne tends to affect younger dogs. However, unlike in people, the cause of dog pimples is not hormonal.
Yes, pyoderma is an infection, but no … it’s not infectious. Confused? Read this article to learn all about pyoderma in dogs.
If your dog’s tummy turned black, trauma such as chronic licking, scratching or a skin infection could have happened months ago.
There are times when you should worry about a dog’s dry nose, but most of the time you don’t have to be too concerned.
When it comes to any suspicious lump on your dog, early veterinary intervention gives the best chances of a good outcome.
When cats develop black lumps and bumps on their chins, chances are high that the culprit is feline acne.
Skin tags can grow to a point where they need veterinary intervention, but most of the time they’re pretty harmless to your pup.
Yeast is a normal inhabitant of canine skin, but sometimes this visitor outstays its welcome and causes uncomfortable itching and scratching.
Itch-free skin without drugs is a real possibility with the benefit of an immunotherapy vaccine.
Alopecia X used to be a mysterious skin condition, but now modern science throws new light on this strange disease.
Diagnosing food allergy has nothing to do with a better quality of food or a grain-free diet. It means finding food sources that your pet hasn’t had before.