-Hormonal imbalances (e.g., thyroid disease, Cushing's disease)
-Parasites (internal and external) - fleas, ticks, mange mites
-Fungal infections - especially yeast skin infections
-Dietary abnormalities - poor diets containing low levels of omega-3 fatty acids environmental factors (temperature, humidity changes)
-Musculoskeletal disease or pain - the dog is unable to groom itself properly.
We recommend regular grooming practises with products that are specifically designed to maintain the pH balance of the skin. You can add probiotics, such as yoghurt, to the diet of a dog with Seborrhea. We also recommend the inclusion of Omega 3 fatty acids for skin wellness.