Dermatology for Animals

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Animal Dermatology FAQs

Thank you for visiting our website.  Below you will find disease information on common  (and some not so common) seen dermatological diseases.  If you don't see something you are looking for feel free to contact us or check back.  We do add more info. sheets from time to time. 

Why do animals itch?

Feline herpesvirus dermatitis

Sarcoptic (scabies) mange

Acral lick granuloma

Flea allergy dermatitis

Sebaceous adenitis

Allergy Discharge Injectible

Flea control

Sebaceous adenoma

Allergy Discharge Sublingual

Allergy treatment option

Alopecia X

Anal sac infections

Food allergy

Histiocytoma

Hepatocutaneous syndrome

Histiocytosis

Schnauzer comedo syndrome

Skinny on Skin Testing

Solar dermatitis

Squamous cell carcinoma

Atopy

Sublingual vs. Injectible

Blastomycosis

Hot spots

Symmetric lupoid onychodystrophy

Canine flank alopecia

Idiopathic sterile granuloma & pyogranuloma

Valley fever

Cheyletiellosis

Initial Packet

Vasculitis

Color dilution alopecia

Juvenile cellulitis

Viral papillomas

Cushing’s disease

Mosquito bite hypersensitivity

Vitamin A responsive dermatosis

Demodicosis

MRSA

Vitiligo

Dermatomyositis

Opportunistic mycobacteriosis

Yeast dermatitis

Discoid lupus

Pattern baldness

Ear (aural) hematoma

Panniculitis

Ear infections

Pemphigus foliaceus

Ear mites

Perianal fistulas

Eosinophilic granuloma complex in cats

Pododermatitis

Eosinophilic granuloma complex in dogs

Pyoderma

Epitheliotropic lymphoma

Ringworm

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