Pet Dermatology in Fayetteville

Advanced Pet Dermatology Services

We’re committed to providing the best care for our patients in Fayetteville and area communities and continually stay up-to-date on best practices through our AAHA accreditation. Since dermatological concerns can stem from a variety of sources, our pet dermatology services offer a multi-dimensional treatment approach for skin allergies and fungal or bacterial infections. By using in-house laboratory testing, we send pets home with the appropriate medication for fast allergy relief.

Helping You Manage Your Pet's Allergies

If your pet has dry, irritated skin or has excessive amounts of dander, they may be experiencing allergies. Like humans, pets can develop allergies from a variety of sources. They can have environmental allergies to dust, mold, pollen, trees, and grass. They can also have food allergies or be allergic to fleas. When pets are allergic to fleas, just one bite can cause skin and coat problems. Pet allergies come from a variety of sources, so we help you manage them multiple ways, including:

  • We have hypoallergenic diets available to manage the two most major food allergies.
  • We have anti-histamines available to treat environmental or seasonal allergies.
  • We offer allergy shots to build a tolerance to unavoidable allergies.
  • We offer a variety of medications for pets allergic to fleas.
  • We offer treatment options for both cats and dogs affected by allergic skin disease.
  • We use the most current and effective medication to treat atopic dermatitis (a chronic, inflammatory skin condition seen in dogs).

My dog is VERY energetic!! The staff and doctors are understanding, friendly and caring. They take time to explain everything throughly. My dog is happy to go for appointments.

Rapid Laboratory Testing to Treat Infections

Sometimes your pet’s dermatological concerns are from bacterial or fungal infections. Oftentimes, many skin infections develop as secondary infections from allergies or irritants. As skin continues to be irritated, bacteria or yeast develop, and laboratory analysis and prescription medication are required.

Ear infections are the most common skin infections seen in cats and dogs. Once dry skin, dander, or mites irritate the ear canal, it contracts and excessive ear wax develops. This resulting pressure is extremely uncomfortable for pets. Therefore, please make an appointment immediately if they suspect your pet has an ear infection. Signs of ear infections include head shaking, red skin and dark discharge in and around the ears.

Contact us for more information about our dermatology services and how we keep pets healthy on the inside and out!

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