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American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA): "Dog Care – Skin Problems," "Dog Care – Hot Spots," "Dog Care – Ringworm," "Dog Care – Shedding," "Dog Care – Fleas," "Dog Care – Mange," American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA): "Dog Care – Lyme Disease."
DogChannel.com: "Anal Sac Impaction," "Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Allergy and Skin Problems,"
"Dog Licking Toes? Look for Yeast Infection," "Dog Skin Conditions: Allergies," "Dog Skin Conditions: Bump, Lump or Tumor?" "Dog Skin Conditions: Superficial Bacterial Folliculitis," DogChannel.com: "Flaky, Oily or Dry Skin in Dogs."
Kathy Snyder, DVM, Internal Medicine and Emergency/Critical Care, Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine.
PetEducation.com: "Acral Lick Dermatitis/Granuloma."
The Merck Veterinary Manual: "Anal Sac Disease," "Seborrhea: Introduction."
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