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Is a dog's mouth cleaner than a human's mouth?

Is a dog's mouth cleaner than a human's mouth?

Have you ever wondered if a dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's? Our veterinary dermatologist in Orange Park has some interesting pieces of trivia to share in this article, including the answer to this question. We'll also explain how to clean a dog's teeth and mouth. 

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Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Pseudintermedius (MRSP) in Dogs and Cats

Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Pseudintermedius (MRSP) in Dogs and Cats

MRSP is a type of bacteria that is becoming increasingly common in dogs and cats, posing a serious threat to their health. Today, our Orange Park vets will explain MRSP in cats and dogs, treatment options, and prevention tips.

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The Role of Immunotherapy for Pets With Chronic Conditions

The Role of Immunotherapy for Pets With Chronic Conditions

Have you noticed your pet itching, sneezing, or licking their fur more than usual? Similar to humans, cats and dogs can suffer from seasonal allergies that can trigger chronic health conditions. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains how immunotherapy can play an important role in providing relief of chronic health conditions in pets. 

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Treatment Options

Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Treatment Options

Hypothyroidism can cause numerous changes in a dog's body, and negatively affect their skin and coat. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist talks about treatment for hypothyoidism in dogs, including medicinal and natural remedies. 

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Discoid Lupus Eythematosus in Dogs

Discoid Lupus Eythematosus in Dogs

Discoid lupus erythematosus most often affects the skin surrounding a dog's nose, causing crusts, scaps, erosions, or ulcers. Our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains the other symptoms and causes of this disease, and discusses diagnosis and treatment.

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Excessive Licking in Dogs

Excessive Licking in Dogs

If you've noticed your dog has been licking their skin or fur more often lately, this may be more than an annoying habit. In this post, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains potential causes of excessive licking in dogs, along with treatment options.

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Folliculitis in Dogs: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Folliculitis in Dogs: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Folliculitis can cause dogs to develop swelling, blemishes or hyperpigmentation of the skin. Our veterinary dermatologist in Orange Park explains the cause of this skin condition and potential treatment options.

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Allergy Testing for Pets: What to Expect & When It's Necessary

Allergy Testing for Pets: What to Expect & When It's Necessary

If your pet has developed an allergy, specific tests can help us identify the underlying condition causing your pet's symptoms. Today, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist discusses what's involved in allergy testing for pets, and when it's necessary.

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Uncovering & Managing Impetigo in Puppies: A Comprehensive Guide

Uncovering & Managing Impetigo in Puppies: A Comprehensive Guide

If your puppy has developed impetigo, you may notice them experiencing patchy hair loss and itchy, red, dry skin, among other symptoms. Here, our Orange Park veterinary dermatologist explains how this condition is diagnosed and treated.

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Atopic Dermatitis in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Atopic Dermatitis in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

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.

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