Most people own pups from dog breeds that are known to have a lot of hair, and we know how soft and gorgeous that fur is.
But that big hair is what makes it a little impossible to notice if they are shedding in a normal rate or just a little too much, which leads us to notice it a little too late when the dog has empty patches on his body.
Hair loss, or alopecia, is a common disorder that happens to many dogs. It affects their skin, their lymphatic system, immune system, and endocrine system, which lead the animal to experience complete or partial hair loss.
This sickness can affect both dogs and cats, regardless of their gender, breed, and age. This is why you need to be aware of all of its symptoms and causes in order to keep your sweet pet healthy and happy.