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 Specializing in allergies, ears and skin health for your pet.



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Referring Veterinarians

The doctors at Dermatology for Animals work closely with referring and general practice veterinarians. When a disorder fails to respond to general treatment, we are here to help. After reviewing the case history provided by the owner and referring veterinarian, a veterinarian will perform a thorough dermatological exam. A summary letter is then sent to the referring veterinarian outlining the patient’s visit with us. We greatly value the relationship established with the referring veterinarian and maintain communication with them while their patients are being treated.

We Specialize In:
Intradermal Allergy Testing
Chronic Otitis
Video Otoscopy
Dermatohistopathology Service
Cutaneous Immune-Mediated Diseases
Infectious and Parasitic Skin Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Laser Surgery

Referral Forms

PLEASE NOTE: All referral forms are editable PDFs, however, you must download the form to your computer to take advantage of this feature and to email directly to the clinic.

PDF forms cannot be completed when viewing them with your browser.

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Albuquerque, NM

Salt Lake City, UT

Reno, Nevada

Coeur d'Alene, ID

Campbell, CA

Oakland, CA

Walnut Creek, CA

San Diego, CA

Catonsville, MD

Rochester, NY

Omaha, NE

Akron, OH

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Canine Atopic Dermatitis Clinical​ Trial

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Articles and Research Projects

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The Epidermal Journal

(quarterly newsletter for veterinarians)



Calcinosis cutis in a Chihuahua with Cushing's

This is a video of Maggie, an older Chihuahua with canine Cushing's disease (aka hyperadrenocorticism). Cushing's can cause changes in the skin including thin skin, skin infections, loss of hair and calcinosis cutis (calcium in the deposits in the skin).

Performing a dermatology focused exam

How to examine a dog for skin and ear problems.

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