Does your dog appear itchy? Is he chewing himself excessively causing damage to his hair? Allergies will make dogs itch and many will self-mutilate and chew their hair out. Dogs with allergies also have red skin, can have pustules, and may scratch until they have open sores. Dogs can be allergic to fleas, food, and things in the environment.
Other causes of hair loss include ringworm, mites, other skin parasites, and overgrooming (an obsessive-compulsive behavioral problem driven by stress or anxiety). Mites, especially Demodex, can overpopulate during times of stress when the body's immune system is down.
Have your dog rechecked by your veterinarian to explore some of these possibilities and start appropriate treatment.
They told me to give my dog Bendraly.Crazy yes but they said any Drug store Brand 4.00 dollars boxes or 75.00 month and there are shampoos out there you can get at you pet stores,stay away from cheap stuff.P.S 1 Tab every 4hrs,1x bath cool water with that shampoo no blow dryer.
It could be because of a skin condition, or any other maladies. I suggest you take her to the vet, and get some blood work done if it isn't because of a skin condition, and it could be something as simple as a vitamin deficiency. Hope this helps, good luck to you and the pup.
My has dry itchy skin and is loesing her hair. Is there something out there I get to her to stop itching and her hair to grow back?
Hello aaa171717, I would have to agree with tiggersmom, something is not right I would wait no longer you should take her to a vet. Good Luck