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    poorly dog. (Golden retriever aged 4).
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    MrsWoozle posted:
    I have a very poorly dog. (Golden retriever).
    She had developed small black scabs, mainly on and in her ears and on her head.
    Some have now appeared on other places on her body now though.
    They are VERY itchy, and she is making herself bleed, a lot.
    She has lost a lot of her hearing now, as the insides of her ears are so bad.
    She also chews her feet, which are not affected by scabs.
    I have tried, de-flea-ing - changing food - antihistamines - anti-biotics. The vet says it's not mites.
    Has anyone come across this with their dogs, and can give me any idea what it might be.
    Thank you.


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