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What Causes Dog Shedding

15th June 2012
Dogs shed hair. We canít get away from it; itís a natural process whereby your dog is getting rid of his old coat and dead hair to allow his new coat to grow properly. Most dogs have a seasonal shedding time, usually in spring to get rid of the winter co... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Do Hair Follicles Grow Back or Are You Forever Doomed?

18th March 2010
Are you fed up with asking the question of do hair follicles grow back or do I just have to get used to thinning hair? There are a lot of reasons why people get thinning hair, baldness or hair loss, whatever you might want to call it. Here are some causes... Read >
Author: Marcus P. James

Find Out What Kills Hair Follicles and Prevent Baldness from Happening

18th March 2010
With the increase of pattern baldness in males and females these days, the question of what kills hair follicles is becoming a serious topic. However, once you know the reason for the patchy hair loss, you can prevent baldness from happening using an effe... Read >
Author: Marcus P. James

Treating Dead Hair Follicles Effectively

18th March 2010
Let's face it, dead hair follicles result to baldness. And if you want to regrow your hair, it's essential to be familiar with the different ways to stimulate hair growth naturally. Dead hair follicles are usually caused by DHT, which leads to hair th... Read >
Author: Marcus P. James

Do German Shepherds shed a lot?

01st February 2010
Do German Shepherds shed a lot?Yes. German Shepherds do shed. A lot? Well, I would have to say that that in many ways this is up to the owner because some people may have more have more of an aversion to dog, cat or any kind of pet hair than others do. Pe... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Dog Hot Spots: How to Get Rid of Them Fast

17th April 2009
In this article "Dog Hot Spots: How to get rid of them fast", I'll explore the causes of dog hot spots and suggest how you can get rid of them. Symptoms Does your dog have the following symptoms? ' Licking, biting and chewing a spot on the skin e... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp
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