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Old 11-21-2018, 11:58 PM
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Hair loss spots and scabs

My Black Mouth Cur (2 years old) has been getting scabs in circular form followed by bold patchy spots after the scab goes away on bis underside, from his belly all the way down to his hind legs. I’ve never seen nor experienced this before. He had fleas once but I’ve been bathing him with the flea soap recently and those seemed to go away. But now these spots are what’s concerning me. If anyone knows about these spots, that would be appreciated.
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Could be ringworm
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apply the fungal ointment for ringworm, you can google images & compare for a closer diagnoses- I have no photo so am guessing. Its not a worm but a fungal skin disease that will dissapear with the correct ointment. Its characterised by what you are describing circles with hair loss. Its contagious for humans so wash your hands & dont touch it- use gloves to apply.
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