SPECIALTIES

Dermatology at CVETS

CVETS proudly partners with Southeast Veterinary Dermatology and Ear Clinic for all of your pet's dermatology needs.

PARTNERS IN CARE WITH SOUTHEAST VETERINARY DERMATOLOGY & EAR CLINIC

Board certified veterinary dermatologists have Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD). This means, that in additional to completing four years of post-graduate training in veterinary school, they have also completed a one-year internship program or practice equivalent and a 2-3 year dermatology residency in an accredited ACVD program. All of this encompasses comprehensive training in a wide range of studies, including anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the skin, clinical dermatology and pharmacology, and scientific research.

Prior to completion of residency training, candidates must conduct and publish an original research project and must demonstrate superior knowledge in the management of veterinary dermatology cases. Upon completion of their residencies, candidates must then pass a comprehensive, two-day examination administered by the ACVD. Only after completing all these requirements, can a veterinarian become a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (Dipl. ACVD). Board certified veterinary dermatologists are recognized as experts in the field of veterinary dermatology by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

SERVICES OFFERED

-Diagnosis and Management of Canine and Feline Allergies

-Intradermal Skin Testing

-Medical Management of Recurrent Ear Infections

-Diagnosis and Management of Autoimmune Skin Disease

-Recurrent Bacterial Infections of the Skin

-Parasitic Infestations of the Skin and Ears

-Fungal Infections of the Skin, Ears, and Claws

-Diagnosis and Management of some Skin Cancers