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Hair Loss in dogs

I have three dashounds one two of which have had problems with balding hair loss along the sides of their bodies. One is femal the other male, both have been spayed/neutered. I feed them a very natural diet which has helped some but the hair growth is still not normal. The femal also has had problems with vaginitis and recently has eys that are watery. I am thinking it maybe a hormone imbalance (thyroid) what might I try?
 
  bourlon on 2005-11-13
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Did hairloss begin right after spaying/neutering? Is it patches of hairloss? What is their skin and temperament like?

Rinse eyes with Euphrasia Q-5-10 drops diluted in one pint of pure water. Rinse twice daily until better. You can dip and cottonball into this solution and squeeze it into the inner corner of their eyes.

Douche the vagina with Calendula Q except use 10-20 drops-Prepare it the same way as the Euphrasia Q-With a bulb syringe, suck up some of the mixture and gently insert it into the vagina, 1/4-1/2 inch and flush. For small cats and dogs use an eyedropper.

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Namaste27 last decade
hi. did you find a cure for your dachsunds hair loss? i have a boy, miniture , it began when he was around 1 yr & is on chest & is now spreading- you know anything that works? would be so grateful. holly
 
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