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Severe footpad hyperkeratosis with fissures in a dog with Superficial necrolytic dermatitis[2]

This is commonly observed on the footpads due to excessive hard-surface abrasion and secondary callus formation, but a number of pathological diseases can cause secondary hyperkeratosis including:

- Flea allergy dermatitis, Prototheca spp