Disease Spotlight: Skin Tumor—Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia

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What is it? Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia is a non-cancerous skin tumor that can develop anywhere on the skin. It is an overgrowth of sebaceous gland cells that are associated with hair follicles located in the skin. What can cause Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia tumors? The exact cause is unknown. What do these tumors look like? A Sebaceous […]

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Halloween 2017 at ADRC

Halloween 2017 was an exciting day at ADRC. The Dallas location celebrated with an “Alice In Wonderland” theme and the Grapevine team dressed up as the “Cat In The Hat”. Our patients also had a great time dressing up when visiting ADRC (Left: patient Titi Cordova). The yearly pumpkin decorating contest had many very creative pumpkins. The […]

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Reviews: Cooper

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We so appreciate all that Dr. Seals and the ADRC team have done for Copper. Because of them, his quality of life has greatly improved! — The Lawrence Family

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Pet Case Study: Rowdy

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Rowdy is a 4 year-old MN Chihuahua mix with a history of recently spending time in the back yard digging through the dirt and snooping in areas he probably shouldn’t. He presented to ADRC about 3 days after developing red bumps concentrated on the top of his muzzle. The affected area was extremely itchy and […]

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Disease Spotlight: Solar Induced Hemangiosarcoma

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Do you have a pink skinned and white haired dog or cat? You may want to read about Solar Induced Hemangiosarcoma! What is it? Solar Induced Hemangiosarcoma is a malignant cancer of the cells that line blood vessels (veins and arteries) and often involves the skin. Solar damage (sun bathing) can cause these changes on […]

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VetLink, Online Portal for Your Family Veterinarian

Starting August 1, 2017 the ADRC Team has gone live with VetLink technology. This new technology gives your family veterinarian access to an online medical portal system. The portal system contains dermatology medical history, lab results, clinic reports and more. The system also alerts your family veterinarian when you check-in and check-out of ADRC. ADRC […]

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Reviews: Chloe

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I first met Dr. Gimmler and her staff in February. We were referred when, after months of trying everything, my sweet Chloe was only getting worse. She was covered in open lesions, couldn’t eat, and she was in so much pain she could barely walk. Right away Dr. Gimmler was sure she knew what was […]

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Disease Spotlight: Canine Atopic Dermatitis

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What is it? Atopic dermatitis is an inherited skin allergy directed against environmental substances such as pollens (from weeds, trees, and grasses), mold spores, or dust mites in the house. It is caused by a combination of immune system overreaction and a weakened skin barrier. What are the signs? Itching and redness of the skin […]

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Pet Case Study: Zoe

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Zoe is a 6-year-old spayed female Standard Dachshund who came to ADRC for hair loss and scabs progressing over 10 months. When I first saw her, she had severe hair loss and scabs covering her entire face and large patches on her body, along with pigment loss on her nose making it a grayish color instead […]

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Medical and Technological Advances

National Veterinary Dermatology Conference The  National Veterinary Dermatology Conference (NAVDF) took place April 26-29th in Orlando, FL. Every year our dermatologists gather with colleagues to learn about the latest research and medical advances so we can better help your pets! New Medical Records Software ADRC changed to a new medical record software called EzyVet. This cloud-based […]

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