Atopic dermatitis in cats can cause intense itching and scratching and consequently, redness, sores, and inflammation of the skin. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist discusses the skin condition, its causes, and the measures we can take to help manage symptoms.
Hives can present as itchy, red, swollen bumps on your dog's skin. In this post, our veterinary dermatologist in Orange Park lists symptoms and explains what causes hives in dogs. You'll also learn how we can diagnose, treat, and manage this skin condition.
Allergies are not only uncomfortable for your cat or dog, they can also contribute to the development of ear problems. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains the connection between allergies and ear infections, and discusses how ear infections due to allergies are diagnosed.
Have you noticed swelling in your dog's face? It's likely triggered by an underlying health complication. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist discusses which conditions may cause a dog's facial area, including the cheeks and snout, to become swollen.
Cats that develop ear hematomas will often scratch their ears or shake their heads as a result of swelling or irritation. Here, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist discusses aural hematomas in cats, along with symptoms and treatment options.
When detected early, dog ear infections are easy to treat. That's why it's important to know the signs and symptoms of this common health condition. Here, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains how you can tell if your dog has an ear infection and which actions to take.