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Category: general | Submitted: 20 April 2007 09:58PM | viewed 4890 times
Q Tori asks:

My West Highland Terrier is scratching and rubbing the base of her tail on her back. There is nothing to see; no redness or anything.

Q Our vet says: West Highland Whites are very susceptible to skin problems and the sooner you take her along to your vet the better. Often the problem is due to an allergy but you will need to see a vet to get your dog examined and treated appropriately. Remember that itchy skin is very uncomfortable for pets even when there are no visible skin lesions.

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