If you’ve ever had to deal with a skin problem, you know how unpleasant it can be. Did you know our animal companions can suffer from many of the same dermatological conditions that we humans do, including allergies and infections? Having to deal with itchy, dry or painful skin can significantly diminish your pet’s quality of life. We can help make them more comfortable with our professional veterinary dermatology services. Our team of highly skilled professionals is experienced in identifying the root cause of a wide variety of skin conditions, including those that affect the ears, nails and foot pads.
Some of the dermatological disorders we can assist with include:
Once we reach a definitive diagnosis, we can then develop a plan to address and overcome the problem once and for all. We rely on a broad range of treatment methodologies, including topical creams, oral medications, therapies and, in extreme cases, surgery. We may even recommend making some changes at home. In many cases, simply making modifications to your pet’s diet and removing common items within your home that may be acting as irritants to your pet can reduce or even eliminate the problem altogether. Whatever the problem, rest assured we’ll get to the bottom of it and treat it in an efficient and effective manner to achieve the best possible results.
- Skin infections
- Paw infections
- Skin cancers
- Severe dandruff
- Acute or chronic ear infections
- Hair loss
- Paw and nail disorders
- Autoimmune and/or hormonal skin diseases
- Any other problems with the skin, ears or paws
If you notice your dog or cat exhibiting any of the following symptoms, it may be time to schedule an appointment with us for a dermatological evaluation:
Whether it’s an allergy, a parasite infestation, an infection or something else, if you suspect your companion is dealing with a skin, nail or paw problem, don’t make them suffer a moment longer. Bring them to our experts for assistance. Let’s help make your pet as healthy on the outside as he or she is on the inside.
- Excessive itching, scratching or chewing
- Hot spots
- Hair loss