The board certified dermatologists at Animal Dermatology Clinics are global leaders in the research, diagnosis, treatment, and education of dermatological conditions affecting pets and have pioneered cutting edge treatments for allergic skin conditions, ear disease, food allergies and other acute and chronic skin disorders affecting dogs, cats and horses.

With veterinary dermatology specialty practices throughout the United States, Australia and New Zealand, our team of over 40 doctors provides innovative veterinary dermatology solutions and best in class care and services to pets and their families.

What is a Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologist?

A Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist is a veterinarian who has completed extensive study and specialized training in the diagnosis and management of allergy and many other forms of skin and ear disease. After receiving a degree in veterinary medicine, veterinary dermatologists complete an internship and then a 3-year residency in dermatology to become a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD). During this residency period they evaluate and manage hundreds of challenging skin and ear cases, complete an extensive study program, conduct a scientific, publishable research project and successfully pass the rigorous ACVD certification exam.

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Educational Videos About Animal Dermatology

Topical Therapy (Muse)

The Importance of Topical Therapy

Laser Surgery for Pets (Boord)

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Understanding Ear Disease (Griffin)

Understanding Ear Disease

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The Value of Cytology

Food Allergy (Griffies)

Food Allergy

ADC ► Flea Allergy (Griffin)

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Atopic Dermatitis (Rosenkrantz)

Atopic Dermatitis in Pets