"I have a male pom, abt 5lbs. approx. a year old, with full baby coat. He is now starting to lose his coat on his rump and back of back legs and on his chest, but his skin is not turning black? Is that immediate or does it take awhile? He does have some of the bumps in front armpit that could be the described blackheads. Vet said we would check for thyroid next visit around April. He is quite active, playful and has a great appetite, very affectionate, otherwise great little dog. I just want to help him all I can.
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"Hi I found your website off google and found an interesting article on the balding of Pomeranian. We lost our little pompey ayear ago, he suffered with hair loss and black skin. Our vet could never find a cure for his skin problems however found later in life he had a thyroid deficiency and prescribe tablets which helped him in himself however never he never regrow is furr.
He was 13 when we lost him. we are now looking to find a new puppy ideally Wolf sable however would like to avoid this orful skin disease if possible can you advise and help. Many thanks Elizabeth