A Selection of Interesting Cases
We see many different cases at the Dermvet Skin and Ear Clinic. Some are common and some cases are rare. These are cases which are challenging and make the work of a Veterinary Dermatologist so interesting. We will post photos and histories of some of the interesting cases we have seen over time
Ear disease isn't that common in cats. Apart from infestation with ear mites (otodectes) which in my practice is most commonly seen in newly purchased kittens, otits externa, which is often seen in dogs, is only seen occasionally. Very often , when I am referred a...
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….
Freddie had a ventral bulla osteotomy and a total ear canal ablation (TECA)
Three year old Cavchon ‘Max’ had ear canal issues, on and off, for most of his life thus far
Micky came to see me in December with alopecia affecting a large proportion of his body
Our gorgeous, gentle American Bulldog Spike had been rubbing his ears on and off for about a month, we treated at home but the problem wasn’t going away
This is Freddie, a lovely Border Terrier that came to see me with severe bilateral pseudomonas otitis and an autoimmune skin disease causing blistering of the skin called Pemphigus foliaceus
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