Posts and tweets about dermatology

Posts and tweets about dermatology

Use your social media network to raise awareness about skin conditions with veterinary clients.
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Jun 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Have you noticed any discharge from your #pets’ ears? This is not normal—let the veterinarian take a look. #petcare #pethealth

Did you know that allergies are caused by the immune system overreacting, not a weakened immune system. Got another question? Come in and ask us!


If your #pet’s dermatology issues (scratching until bleeding, losing hair, etc.) have you stumped, we’ll play detective! #pethealth

Fact: Both canine and feline sarcoptic mites can cause lesions in people. This is one reason why regular veterinary visits are so important. Help us help you keep mites off of your pets!


DYK? Some breeds are more likely to develop medical problems because of their ear structure. Let’s look at your #pet’s ears! #pethealth

Have you noticed an odor coming from Bella’s ears? This could mean something is not right. Let us take a look and we’ll tell you what’s going on.


If your #pet is up all night scratching, call us! We can treat the problem and help her—and you—get some shuteye. #pethealth

DYK? There’s no accurate blood/skin test that can diagnose whether a pet has a food allergy. The best way we can make a diagnosis is to change your pet’s food to an appropriate elimination food-trial diet. Come in and we’ll tell you all about it!


Is your #pet always messing with her ears? Let’s take a look and make sure everything is OK in there! #petcare #pethealth

Q: “How do I decontaminate my environment while treating my pet for ringworm?” You should vacuum, disinfect and steam clean the affected environment and discard infected bedding. What other questions are on your mind?


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