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I have three Shelties that have scally growths on their tails. The hair is gone over these lumps, and they are anterior portion of the tail close to the body. What might be the cause of this.

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Go to a vet for a proper diagnosis
could be scabies, a mite infection,dermatitis or a fungus
it might be necessary to have a sample taken for proper diagnosis and treatment

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