Your pet is susceptible to hundreds of skin disorders throughout his or her life. In order for your companion animal to get the best dermatological care, it needs a veterinarian with advanced training who is able to recognize these different dermatological conditions.
The highly qualified veterinarians at Dermatology For Animals treat animals with dermatological diseases. They are able to offer a wide range of treatment options for most conditions. They strive to improve the quality of their patients' lives by offering compassionate and courteous specialized animal dermatological care. Dermatology for Animals has been serving Arizona since 1991.
We strive to provide compassionate state-of-the-art veterinary dermatology therapies tailored to the needs of your pet and you in modern medical facilities across the country which are designed to treat your pets as efficiently and comfortably as possible.
All pets itch, so why should I bring my pet to a dermatologist?
Just like people, pets can be overly sensitive to certain irritants that cause them distress. Additionally, certain breeds are associated with skin conditions that bring discomfort to both the pet and the owner. Dermatologists are exposed to a broader range of these conditions on a daily basis and have learned how to identify the subtle differences between each condition. Dermatology for Animals can provide long-term planning for medical management of skin conditions and allergies. We will also provide relief for your pet and answers for you, the pet parent.
How do I know when to consult a dermatologist?
Your pet can see a veterinary dermatologist anytime. If you are concerned with your pet's quality of life, or if a condition or disease has failed to respond to general treatment, then it is time to see a dermatologist. The doctors at Dermatology for Animals are specialized in dermatology and able to diagnose & treat a variety of skin conditions, as well as allergies.
If your pet suffers from any of the items on this list, an appointment should be scheduled:
- Hair Loss (Alopecia)
- Ear Infections/Ear Disease
- Itch & Scale
- Redness of Skin (Erythema)
- Genetic/Congenital Skin Diseases
- Auto-immune Skin Disease
- Drug Reactions
- Recurrent Infections
- Bacterial Skin Infections
- Fungal/Yeast Skin Infections
- Pet's and/or Owner's Quality of Life
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