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So I do not believe it is or has to be this super common problem. I do not know what it is in the food that should be avoided to avoid the bumps but at least one can play with diets until they find one that gives relief in that area.

Which leads me to believe it doesn't have to be as common as it is. She is 10 years old now and has never had bumps again nor have I ever had any others.

I love Schnauzers and have been breeding them for over a decade. Our dogs are kept in our home and treated as pets, kept up-to-date on shots and provided good veterinary care. Then suddenly ALL of my dogs were having yeast ear infections which I knew was something they could not catch from each other AND most but not all were licking and vigorously gnawing at the pads of their feet. So in order to figure out what to avoid in my next food, I had to figure out what was causing the problem. He has little white dots all over his coat on his back. He's coat is beautiful, shiney but I can't seem to get rid of the dandrif like flakes on his back. THE VET CAN CHECK THEN AND SUGGEST SOME FOOD ADDITIVES FOR DRY SKIN IN PUPPIES.

See the quality breeding in our Schnauzers at loved visiting and seeing all your sweet Schnauzers. I had been using Wellness dog food for about 2 years with great results. Is there anything I can do for this without giving him a medication? THERE ARE FOOD ADDITIVES THAT CAN HELP HYDRATE SKIN, FIRST YOU HAVE TO BE SURE HE DOES NOT HAVE A SKIN DISEASE SINCE WE DON'T KNOW WHERE HE CAME FROM. HE SHOULD BE GOING TO THE VETS FOR A CHECK UP IF SHE JUST GOT HIM OR 2ND SET OF VACS.