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Question by Bob Muschera
Submitted on 1/16/2006
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I have a 3yr old male doberman with some sort of skin allergy.  His arm pits and inner thighs look like elephant skin because he's constantly chewing and licking himself.  He's been to the Vet several times and have gotten no answers. He's been put on steriods and antibiotics, neither of which seem to be helping.  We do not like giving him these meds.  We've also tried several different allergin free foods, to no avail.  Are there any common skin problems with dobermans?  Or can you direct me to another source?


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