Specialty Clinic Services at the Veterinary Emergency Referral Center

Board-Certified Veterinarians Providing Advanced Dermatologic Care for Your Pet

The Veterinary Emergency Referral Center is proud to offer specialty clinic services for common skin issues affecting pets. Our center hosts periodic Dermatology Clinics to provide highly specialized care for your pet. Our experienced and Board-Certified veterinarians provide services from initial consultations and diagnostic tests through specialized treatments and follow-up care to help your pet with a wide range of skin ailments.

Animal Dermatology Clinic

The Animal Dermatology Clinic at the Veterinary Emergency Referral Center provides our patients with experienced dermatological care by a board-certified veterinarian. Pets at this specialty clinic are provided with full assessments to determine the underlying causes of issues affecting the skin and recommend modern, effective treatments. Common signs of dermatological issues include excessive biting, scratching, head shaking, dandruff and hair loss. Additionally, pet owners may observe a change in the condition of their pet’s skin, scabbing, non-healing wounds or bad odors.

Dermatological care at the Animal Dermatology Clinic is provided by Dr. R. Schick, DVM, DACVD, who is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. Ask your veterinarian for a referral or Call the Veterinary Emergency Referral Center to make an appointment at one of our upcoming clinics!

For more information about dermatologic conditions, common treatments and advance care methods, as well as the benefits of using a Board-Certified Dermatologist, please visit the American College of Veterinary Dermatology website at acvd.org.

 

VERC Client Medication Acquisition Form (PDF)

 

VERC Dermatology Skin and Ear History Form (PDF)

Common Dermatologic Issues

  • Infections
  • Parasites
  • Danderuff
  • Alopecia (hair loss)
  • Congenital diseases
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Skin cancer (benign and malignant)
  • Hormone-related diseases