Meet Miley, an October doeling. Her coat has been shedding lately and while she's mostly black, her back fur seems to be shedding out to all dark gray and all undercoat. It's a wooly texture. Maybe it's because of the bitter cold we had, changing to rather mild (mid-20's and low 30's) for the past two weeks, but maybe she's deficient in something? She eats loose mineral and kelp; I've mostly seen her at the Sweetlix Meatmaker (we offer several minerals and refresh daily). Her dam had a bout with pneumonia this fall, which seemed to suck all the vitamins and minerals from her. Thus, I have Replamin Plus on hand... I'd consider giving this doeling a 1mL dose and treating her too. What do you think? Is this a normal coat texture? Unusual, but weather related? Is there a deficiency going on?