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Question by skinnyraven
Submitted on 8/26/2005
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My 9 month old female is starting to loose her hair around the base of her tail. She is fixed. The hair just falls out with the slightest touch. The hair is falling out in worse amounts than when she blows her coat. Do Sib puppy's go through a stage of loosing their puppy coat and getting their adult coat or something? or is this a serious matter, like a mental disorder. Or is this a coat funk thing. I am unsure if she is pulling the hair out, or if it is falling out on its own. Any ideas? Thanks...


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