Seborrhea in dogs can be caused by underlying skin disease or by a primary skin defect. While not life-threatening, the odor and appearance can make it very difficult to find a home for even the friendliest, most appealing dog. What can shelters and foster homes do to resolve this condition in dogs they're caring for?
On Thursday, May 21, 2015, at 9 PM ET, Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Karen Moriello, will present a free webcast, Stopping the Scales, Greasiness and Odor of Seborrhea in Shelter and Foster Home Dogs.
Remember to sign up even if you can't attend, so you'll get a link to the on-demand version as soon as it's ready!
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