This article was written by Natalie (Great-Yarmouth).

I have a black pug who is now 12 months old, going back in sept 2010 I noticed a small bald patch above his eye. I thought nothing of this so did nothing about it.

Archie then got another bald patch on his back leg and very quickly the balding started spreading to his under carridge all legs, paws, and head. Not only was he going bald he also got blister type things all over him.

He was so unhappy and very snappy towards the other dogs. At this time I was very worried as the symptoms related to Demodex Mange (Mange (Demodex) in pets is a red, itchy skin infection that is caused by mites.).

I got Archie to the vets he has a few skin scraps done but the tests all came back clear? The vet wasn’t of much help and said it could be a number of things!!

So I started researching different types of problems it could be. I started with the easy one and that was change his diet! All my 3 dogs were fed on Butches wet food, I changed to Burns also at the start of his change of diet I bathed him in D-10 dog shampoo twice a week to sooth the skin.

9 weeks on and ALL the blisters have gone no more itching and a very happy little dog ๐Ÿ™‚

He’s still bald but its starting to grow back! So I would recommend to anyone to change to Burns.

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