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Q. My vet can't understand why my dog is itching. Tried medications she sounds like thumper. It only happens when summer is gone. Winter is horrible.

A. Ask your veterinarian to refer you to a veterinary dermatologist. He will be the expert who is dealing with these conditions all the time. You can find a Veterinary Dermatologist in your area here: https://www.acvd.org/tools/locator/locator.asp?ids=16_Find_Dermatologist

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DR. ANDREA M. BRODIE, DVM

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