SKIN diseases of the canine foot are often a component of a more generalised skin disease or a concurrent systemic condition. A thorough history and physical examination is therefore mandatory in every case. The feet should be examined very carefully and specific note should be made of which areas are involved. This article discusses the diagnosis and management of some of the more common cutaneous diseases of the canine foot, as well as briefly reviewing those cases likely to require further investigation.
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