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Category: general | Submitted: 15 July 2009 09:25AM | viewed 82816 times
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How can I tell if my dog has mange?

Q Our vet says: Mange is diagnosed by taking skin scrapes and examining them under a microscope to find the mites or their eggs. Obviously this is not something which you should try to do yourself.

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