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Craig Griffin

DVM, Diplomate ACVD

craig3x41-28.jpg Dr. Craig Griffin is a graduate of Cornell University and completed his residency at UC Davis in 1980. Dr. Griffin is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD), has served on the Board of Directors and examination committee for the ACVD and was the President of the ACVD in 1999/2000. He also served as president of the American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology and of the Western States Veterinary Conference. Dr. Griffin is the founder and co-owner of the Animal Dermatology Clinics.

Dr. Griffin is a frequent lecturer and clinical instructor of veterinary dermatology in this country and abroad. He has published many articles and books on small animal skin disease, including co-author of Muller and Kirks Small Animal Dermatology 5th and 6th editions and co editor of Current Veterinary Dermatology, The Science and Art of Therapy. Dr. Griffin received the ACVD Award for Excellence for outstanding contributions in veterinary dermatology in 2001.
Animal Dermatology Clinic
5610 Kearny Mesa Road #B1
San Diego, California 92111
Phone: (858) 560-9393
Fax: (858) 560-0926
Email: infosandiego@adcmg.com
California Veterinary Specialist
2310 Faraday Avenue
Carlsbad, California 92008
Phone: (858) 560-9393
Email: infosandiego@adcmg.com
Animal Dermatology at Desert Veterinary Specialists
42065 Washington Street, Suite D
Palm Desert, California 92211
Phone: (949) 936-0066
Email: infotustin@adcmg.com

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There are hundreds of different skin diseases currently recognized in the dog and cat. Many of these diseases look very much alike, with only subtle differences in clinical picture and historical backgrounds. Our dermatologists are trained to focus on these differences and pursue a direct and cost effective diagnostic work-up.

As specialists, we stay current on new research and treatments, and are often actively involved with the research. Our dermatology practice is not limited to small animals and we often have equine and occasionally exotic patients. Learn More >