Q. Hair loss on his front two legs
He got hair loss on his front legs
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If his hair is flaky, you should make an appointment with a vet to pinpoint the cause. It is likely to be an infection (parasitic, bacterial, fungal). Till you visit a vet, put on an e-collar or anything that can prevent him from interacting with the compromised skin areas. Also, when you take a shower with him, keep the bath short with lukewarm water. After bathing, make sure to dry his hair with the appropriate wind (hot wind can burn his skin).
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