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colouring of dog's skin

Species: dog | Category: other | Submitted: 16 May 2007 08:28PM | viewed 5270 times
Q Ann asks:

My dog's belly colour was a wonderful pink colour now it seem to be black. Is this normal in a westie?

Q Our vet says: This may indicate a chronic skin problem such as an allergy or atopy (which is very common in WHWs). Take her along to your vet as she may be in discomfort even though she may not show signs of distress.

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