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  • For many of your clients, routine cleaning of their dogs’ ears can be intimidating; almost as much as it might be for you to create your own “how-to” video to post to your website or blog describing the procedure.

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  • The ear canal is the tubular portion of the outer ear that carries sound to the tympanic membrane (eardrum). The most common disorder of the ear canal is otitis externa. Examination and cleaning of your dogs’ ear canal is essential for its overall health, especially if it is a breed predisposed to inflammation of the ear canal.

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  • For most dogs, their ears never present a concern but for certain breeds, especially those with allergic dermatitis like the Boxer, Shih Tzu and West Highland Terrier, those with drooping ears, such as spaniels, Irish Setters and Basset Hounds, and those who are lovers of water are prone to developing long term ear concerns.

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  • Just one hot spot can turn a happy pet into a miserable one! Here’s how to help your clients help their pets.

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  • A diagnosis of skin disorders requires evaluating all possible causes in order to get to the root of the problem. Learn the steps you should take.

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  • Extended exposure to certain chemicals can produce rare skin sensitization for cats. Learn more about how to diagnose and treat feline contact dermatitis.

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  • Atopic dermatitis (canine atopy) may begin as a simple allergic reaction, but as it progresses it can make a dog miserable. Learn more about this disease.

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  • Atopic dermatitis is a common type of skin disorder that begins when foreign proteins (allergens) invade the immune system. When the body responds, the result is a hypersensitivity reaction typified by itching and hives.

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  • Is your feline constantly scratching, licking, biting at the skin, or rubbing up against objects? If so, it could be suffering from an itchy skin disease, a very common problem found in felines and characterized by behaviors focused on relieving the itch. The first step to take is to carefully look at the skin and the hair coat.

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  • A feline’s skin and hair coat can tell a great deal about their general health and condition.

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  • Canine Atopic Dermatitis usually begins in late summer and early fall as a dog is exposed to allergens that are either inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Also known as Canine Atopy, this chronic skin disease has an inherited tendency and occurs in both purebred and mixed breed dogs that are around 1 to 3 years of age. Symptoms of this skin disease tend to progress every year thereafter of the dog’s life.

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