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Old 11-11-2016, 07:35 AM
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I totally agree with two points here ............... a) the breeding lines irrespective of some being profuse and some not because you have to remember that all the pups bred in the past via the breeder would have had different Sires and Dams along the way ... so there will be differences somewhere down the lines and b) the lack of a good food regime and lack of goodness going into her.

If she has a clean bill of health then it is not medical. Her skin could also be affected through lack of goodness going into her system so this could go hand-in-hand. Also, although a good slicker is a must, I only use mine on denser coats. Oatmeal shampoo is good for some as it calms the skin but even still, it does not suit all dogs ......... everything we try is on a trial and error basis to begin with I am afraid.
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