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I have 2 British Short Hair littermates called Bella and Cinders. Bella is pure black whereas Cindy is what they call black smoke. Both girls have a predominantly dry food diet of Royal Canin but do get a daily treat of sharing a tin of Pets At Home tuna. I spend 10 minutes a day brushing both girls - they adore their brushes The thing is, as I brush Bella, I find that she looks like she has dandruff. Cindy definitely doesn't have this problem, just Bella. Does anyone know what is causing this and how I can stop it?
My cat Oldie has a lot of dandruff and shedding in this year. I have been feeding him EVO Turkey & Chicken Formula dry food since he recovered from illness In August 2010. I have been brushing him and cleaning him with a wet towel every night. I once give him fish oil every day for 3 months. But I did not see improvement on him. I changed his food to Evo Herring and Salmon Dry a month ago. But I still see no improvement. The vet told me may be because of dry weather. But now is summer in TN. This area is humid now.
Oldie is inside cat. He has no stress at all. But he weight 16.7 lbs. The vet told me that he should not weight more than 17 lbs.
Please give me advise. Should I change him different brand of food? Any recommendation?