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Dermatology
8 year-old mixed breed dog - Part 2
DER203   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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The owner tells you that her dog never had skin problems before and the intense paw licking started this summer. Since that time her cat also licks the paws and scratches the ears, and even the owner herself has pruritic papules on feet and distal limbs when she comes from outside.
What do you conclude from this new information?
a) The skin problem must be contagious for both cat and owner. You start a fungal culture since mikrosporum canis is the most likely pathogen.
b) It is summer. You suspect the dog has a malassezia pododermatitis and has infected the cat as well as the owner.
c) The dog, the cat and thair owner have the same skin problem. You look for the same source of infection for all of them.
d) These are the classical signs of canine pododemodicosis. The cat and its owner must have other reasons for their skin problems.
 





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