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Dogs - Colour Changes

DESCRIPTION:

Where there is black skin or black crusty skin and hyper-pigmentation.  Other causes of hyper-pigmentation and black skin spots can be due to :

  • Allergy
  • Malassezia dermatitis (yeast infection)
  • Or endocrine disorders, an example being Cushing’s.

TREATMENT:

It is recommended that you seek veterinarian testing to rule out Alopecia X, also known as Cushing’s Disease.

 

CASE STUDY:

Gypsey  who was suffering many issues, malassezia being one of them, underwent a 4 Step Return to Health Programme, was suffering malassezia, severe weight loss, was on a restricted diet, and diagnosed with pyoderma, seborrhea   dermatitis, abcesses, purulent discharging from the ears, a terrible smell and alopecia.  Malassezia is only a symptom of underlying health issues, which was why she had to adopt the 4 Step Return to Health Programme, to address gut dysbiosis (producing inflammation), suspected Leaky Gut, suspected liver toxicity and re-establishment of healthy microbes with MicroMed for Dogs.  Within a month gypsey ws gaining weight, regaining hair, inflammation and hot spots were healed, the bacterial and fungal infections were gone, and she was a bright, bouncy girl again.