Here’s Freddie after his final check up after having both a ventral bulla osteotomy and a total ear canal ablation (TECA) for a chronic middle ear infection as a consequence of having a squamous cell carcinoma affecting the lower external ear canal.
He’s done really well with an excellent cosmetic result and no post-operative complications.
We recently saw a rare case of Primary Malassezia (Yeast) Dermatitis in a young Dachshund
These growths are very common on dogs and are called the “great imitator” as they can look very much like other skin ….
I regularly see dogs suffering with various presentations of demodicosis, a skin condition caused by….