Raising dogs requires serious carefulness and focusing on every small change in their body since it can be a sign of an underlying disease. Depigmentation in dogs is one of the most common symptoms that could indicate either a simple allergy or even cancer. Finding out the real problem and its treatment in time will prevent the disease from developing into a more severe condition.
In this article, you’ll learn more about dog’s depigmentation or the 3 main reasons dogs lose their pigment around the nose and mouth, the two most commonly affected and easy-to-notice areas. Also, the treatment for each reason varies due to the seriousness level of the symptom and disease.
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