General information on Lick Sores
Lick Sores is a condition caused by constant licking of the same spot on the ankle or wrist. It is most common in middle-aged dogs which are less active and are left alone often.
Symptoms of Lick Sores
The symptoms of lick sores are constant licking, hair loss, red, shiny skin, itchy skin. Skin becomes raised, thick, hard, and insensitive to pressure.
Treatments for Lick Sores
If your dog develops lick sores, the most important thing to do is to try to relieve boredom. Seek veterinarian care for itch-relieving medications.
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my dog kepy biting and nawing at his backside then today I aw red taw patches of skin on both side of his tail and it looks so sore and red
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