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Dog hair loss is often caused by parasite infections such as mites, lice, or fleas, or due to season changes. Especially if the dog’s neck and tail shed hair, it is likely to be due to fleas. These tiny parasites will quickly multiply on the dog, causing skin irritation, causing the dog to want to vigorously scratch it, resulting in skin hair loss. Any skin condition in a dog, including eczema or dandruff, may eventually lead to hair loss.
One advantage of the husky is that it is easy to keep the body clean. Even if the husky is covered with dirt after a day of crazy fun outside, it can be restored to its original state immediately with a gentle brush, without taking a bath. Although huskies are easy to keep clean, they should be washed when bathing. After all, dogs have some body odor, and dogs that do not bathe can also attract parasites. So pay attention to bathing the Husky. In summer, the weather is relatively hot. Huskies secrete more sebum on their bodies and bacteria can easily breed. Therefore, it is necessary to wash the huskies once every ten days, or once every half a month. In winter, the weather is relatively cold, as long as it is washed once a month.
Reason 1: If the huskies are shed all over the body, it should not be a skin disease, but if the huskies are shed locally, then pay attention to whether it is a skin disease. Husky dogs sometimes scratch themselves because of itchy skin, which damages the skin, and bacteria invade and multiply, causing infection. Then go to the hospital as soon as possible to diagnose the cause of the husky hair loss in order to determine the treatment plan. Reason 2: Excessive salt intake can cause severe husky hair loss. Reason 3: The dog lacks vitamins and minerals in the body. Reason 4: The natural environment such as sunlight and temperature will also affect the growth of dog hair. If a small husky is not exposed to sunlight for a long time and kept indoors for many years, it will also cause hair loss throughout the year.
In fact, dogs will have different degrees of hair loss throughout the year. The temperature changes in the spring and autumn seasons will be more obvious for large dogs. When the season transition is over, the amount of hair loss will gradually decrease. Generally seasonal changes The hair will last for 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the temperature of the season and the amount of hair of the dog. If the dog is in the seasonal moulting period, the pet owner should pay more attention to the maintenance of its hair, starting from the aspects of diet and nutrition and daily care.
1. Severe hair loss has a certain relationship with being in the room for a long time. Good sun exposure helps to keep the dog's fur healthy. So don't let the dog go out because it is too cold in winter, it is very detrimental to its health! 2. Excessive bathing will destroy the normal protective mechanism of its fur, and it will also cause excessive hair loss. Even in the moulting season, it is very diligent to wash once every three days. Usually, you can use a damp towel to do a simple wipe for the dog who comes back from going out. Dogs’ skin is neutral, and most of our shampoos are alkaline, which will make their skin dry, bacteria and mites will take advantage of the deficiency and cause serious hair loss.
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