My Pet Itches

Skin Conditions

Signs of a possible skin problem

When your pet has a skin problem, you should see your veterinarian. If your pet has a skin problem there will be signs, often times, more than one. These signs are important clues. Here's what you should watch for:

Dry/Flaking Skin

Flaky dry skin can result from chronic persistent scratching.

If your pet shows other signs of discomfort alongside flaky skin, it is important to seek your veterinarian's advice to identify and treat the underlying cause.

Possible causes:



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