Animal Dermatology Group Announces the Acquisition of Animal Allergy Specialists
Expands Immunotherapy Operations and New Practice Locations in Las Vegas, Hawaii
Animal Dermatology Group, Inc. (ADG) completed its acquisition of Animal Allergy Specialists, Inc. (AAS) in October 2021. AAS specializes in the formulation of specialty allergen immunotherapy for pets. AAS also provides veterinary dermatology specialty care in Las Vegas, NV and the islands of Hawaii. This acquisition, combined with ADG’s existing immunotherapy and dermatology business will help grow ADG’s operations immediately.
AAS exclusively produces allergen immunotherapy for VARL’s (Veterinary Allergy Reference Laboratory) serum allergy testing results throughout much of the western United States (AK, AZ, CA, HI, NV, OR, WA). Professional veterinary consultations are provided by ADG’s dermatologists Craig Griffin, DVM, DACVD and Dr. Wayne Rosenkrantz, DVM, DACVD to assist veterinarians in selecting allergens to formulate the most appropriate immunotherapy for their patients. They also are available to answer questions on how to modify and adjust allergens to obtain the optimal immunotherapy responses. These operations will be combined within a new ADG division, Animal Immunotherapy Services (AIS).
In addition, AAS veterinary dermatology clinic locations in Las Vegas and the islands of Hawaii will become part of ADG dermatology specialty practices called Animal Dermatology Clinic, extending ADG’s reach into new target markets including Nevada, one of the fastest growing states in the country.
About Animal Dermatology Group, Inc.
Animal Dermatology Group is a privately-owned, international veterinary dermatology specialty company that seeks to establish industry-leading position in the large and rapidly growing specialty care segment of the animal health market. Founded by Dr. Craig Griffin in 1980 with a mission to make state-of-the-art veterinary dermatology care available to pet owners everywhere, today ADG has over 38 veterinarians actively involved in clinical care, research, and academic training to advance the field of veterinary dermatology. ADG has the distinction of being the first non-university based group approved by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) to provide a residency program and, today the program continues to train residents to excel in veterinary dermatology. ADG is very proud of this important responsibility to help shape the next generation of veterinary dermatology practitioners and the future thought leaders in the field. ADG strives daily to develop and refine cutting edge testing and treatment techniques in veterinary dermatology to enhance the quality of life for their patients and clients. To learn more about ADG, visit www.animaldermatology.com.