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Chronic Lacrimation

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Dry and moist dermatitis, redness of the skin, eczema, erythema of the labial region

These are also common in sensitive dogs and just the change of diet to a “fish diet” will help with these sometime difficult skin problems. Sometimes we observe a particular area, namely the chin, which is affected by foruncolosis presenting a typical black (very sticky) exudate, this is noted particularly in young subjects.

Another common problem in sensitive dogs is the constant lacrimation and “redness” of the eyes with matted hairs around the nasal cantus of the eyes particularly in the morning. This may be related to anatomical conformation of some breeds but in dogs with normal nasal conformation we can see excessive lacrimation which is treated but will reoccur after medication is withdrawn. A period of “fish diet” may be rewarding in such cases.

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