Did you know that our pets can suffer from many of the same skin problems that we humans do? If you’ve ever suffered a skin problem, you know how uncomfortable it can be. It’s the same for our animal companions. Skin disorders, such as allergies and infections, can cause itchiness, pain and general discomfort, ultimately affecting your pet’s quality of life.

Don’t let your cherished companion suffer a moment longer! Let the experts at Community Pet Outreach help with our professional pet dermatology services.

Our team possesses special training and is experienced in all aspects of animal dermatology. We’ll work diligently to identify the source of your pet’s skin problem and develop a customized plan to address and overcome that problem as quickly and effectively as possible. We offer comprehensive dermatology services to address a wide variety of problems with the skin, ears and paws.

At Community Pet Outreach, we are able to diagnose, treat and manage a broad range of skin disorders, including:

  • Allergies (flea, food and/or environmental)
  • Infectious and noninfectious skin diseases
  • Parasites
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Skin cancer
  • Cysts and tumors
  • Ear infections
  • Paw problems
  • And more…

Once we determine the root cause of your pet’s dermatological problem, we’ll then get to work developing the most customized, effective plan possible to help overcome the problem once and for all. We may recommend a variety of treatment options, including topical medications, injections, oral medications, therapy, surgery or any combination of these. We may also conduct an analysis of your pet’s lifestyle and risk factors to determine if there are any changes that could be made within their environment, such as a change in diet or removal of certain common household items that can trigger allergies and infections.

Animals that are suffering from a skin condition may exhibit one or more of the following signs and symptoms:

  • Excessive scratching
  • Chewing
  • Licking
  • Rubbing
  • Scooting
  • Overgrooming

Additionally, you may be able to visibly see the signs of a potential problem, such as bald spots, flaky skin, scabbing, bumps or lumps. If you’ve noticed any of these things and you suspect your pet may be dealing with some type of problem with his or her skin, ears or paws, let us assist you today. We can help develop a plan that will have your pet feeling as healthy on the outside as they are on the inside.