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Dermatology

Our Dermatology and Allergy Service can maximize your pet’s quality of life and help improve your human and animal bond.

Most dermatological diseases are not curable but are chronic and life-long. We understand how important it is to bring long-term relief to your pets by managing signs and minimizing relapsing skin, coat, nail, and ear disease. Our goal is to provide you with the tools to achieve the best care for your beloved family members.

Rapid Identification

Services Offered

Atopic dermatitis

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Autoimmune & Immune-Mediated Skin Disease

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Genetic Skin Diseases

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Parasites

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Hormonal & Metabolic Skin Diseases

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Allergy Skin Testing & Immonotherapy

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Skin Biopsy

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Video Otoscopy

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Ear Flushes

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CT Scans

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Surgical Procedures

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Excessive kin Dander, Greasiness, Crusting or Odor

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What is a board-certified veterinary dermatologist?

A veterinary dermatologist is a veterinarian who can diagnose and manage animals with disorders affecting the skin and associated organs, such as ears, nails, and hair coat. A dermatologist is also the specialist for diagnosing and managing allergies in veterinary medicine. Training involves completing four years of veterinary school, a one-year internship, and a two to three-year residency in veterinary dermatology. In the United States, currently, fewer than 500 board-certified veterinary dermatologists are Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. 

Why does my pet need a board-certified dermatologist?

Skin and ear problems are the most common reason people seek veterinary care for their pets. Unfortunately, many veterinary skin diseases can be complicated to differentiate due to their similar symptoms. Veterinary dermatologists are trained to identify subtle differences in the presentation and history of the disease and utilize diagnostic procedures to provide your pet with an accurate diagnosis. This is essential for effective long-term management through tailored treatment to the individual patient.