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Q. Cockapoo itches to point of scabbing. Is there anything I can use to help him ? Have tried vets hot spot gel but doesn't work for long.Please suggest

A. You need to establish what is causing the problem to be able to treat it effectively. It could be external parasites, allergies, diet related, dermatitis. You need to see a dermatologist vet to get to the bottom of the problem and then you can treat appropriately.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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