Seasonal molting occurs in spring and autumn. But why do many dogs shed in the middle of winter? Why does the wool fall out and fade in the cold? Is it really molting? Or is it something else? We answer these questions in our article.
It is considered that dogs and cats shed twice a year: in autumn and in spring. But in fact, Pets are affected by too many factors that distance them from their wild ancestors. If wolves, for example, do change their hair in the off-season, then a pet can shed absolutely at any time. And sometimes even throughout the year, just molting will not be so pronounced. But is hair loss always a natural shedding? Unfortunately, no. Continue reading