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Nancy Ricks said
I was at a complete loss of what was going on. I can't thank you enough.

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Thank you all for posting about the possible link between illness, and extreme shedding! My 12 yr. old femle, long haired, English Mastiff is shedding in a very strange way (lossing down to her undercoat), and it's only the beginning of January. I noticed an increase in some shed in the past month, but this past week I noticed two huge spots where it's all the way to the undercoat. I've been searching for possible reasons online, and what your saying makes the most sense. I will definitely be calling the vet tomorrow morning for an appointment!!! Thanks again!!!!

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