Issue by The B Barn: Can color dilution alopecia occur in a blk/tan doberman?
My canine is almost three several years old and has all the signs of coloration dilution alopecia but she is a black and tan not a blue or fawn. Can she have it?
She has been to the vet. No mange and the vet doesn’t assume its thyroid dependent on her physical appearance. She does have a tan/brown undercoat over most of her entire body that is only intended to be permitted around the neck area.
Answer by TKS
No, she should be a dilute to have it, but she could have mange, as are thyroid difficulties. They are widespread in Dobermans as are coat troubles in common.
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