ADRC Doctors Present at Veterinary Medical Association

1/19/2017:  Dr. Gimmler presented for the Tarrant County VMA in Fort Worth, TX. 1/27/2017:  Dr. Crow presented for the Oklahoma VMA meeting in Norman, OK. Micah Joy Seals:  An aspiring veterinarian visited ADRC for a day. This kindergartner demonstrated hard work and curiosity for the science of veterinary dermatology. We want to wish Micah Joy […]

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Pet Case Study: Rossco

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Rossco McElhaney, a 7-year-old MN Miniature Pincher was found in a culvert at a DFW water treatment plant. It is unknown for how long Rossco was trapped in the culvert. Mrs. McElhaney kindly rescued Rossco from the culvert, and presented him to her rDVM with a body condition score of 1/9 (emaciated with obvious loss […]

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Farewell to Dr. Dana Liska

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With a heavy heart, the ADRC team would like to announce the departure of Dr. Dana Liska.  She has been a vital part and inspiration of the ADRC team for almost 9 years.  I am sure many of you and your pets have worked closely with Dr. Liska and she will be dearly missed by […]

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Reviews: Gracie

Gracie (a 2-year-old FS Labrador retriever) is on allergy shots every other week. Her coat and skin look beautiful. Her constant chin, ears, and anal gland issues are much better thanks to Dr. Seals and Taylor :-). THANK YOU SO MUCH ADRC for helping Gracie to live a happy life!!!! — The Zappe Family

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Pet Case Study: Othello J.

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History of recurrent dermatophytosis (ringworm) that was considered resolved over several months’ time. Three weeks before presenting to ADRC, Othello developed a single subcutaneous nodule on the right side of the haired nasal bridge near the nasal planum (non-haired portion of the nose). The affected area was not pruritic (itchy) and did not seem to […]

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New Class of Flea and Tick Control – Isoxazolines

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The new class of flea and tick control, termed isoxazolines, includes the new products: NexGard, Bravecto, and Simparica. In addition to flea and tick control, it has effective ‘off-label’ use for the treatment of generalized demodicosis (red mange) and Otodectes cynotis (ear mites). We are excited there is another class of medications that show good efficacy […]

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Disease Spotlight: Fleabite Hypersensitivity

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lay term: Flea Allergy What causes it? When a flea bites an animal, it injects a small amount of saliva into the skin. Many cats and dogs develop an allergy to a protein in the flea saliva. In these pets, small numbers of flea bites will lead to an intense allergic reaction and severe itching. […]

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Reviews: Cubbie

From Our Clients: To the Derm & Ophtho Staff: Thank you so much for your care of our sweet Cubbie on the several occasions Grant brought him back to see you as well as the last appointment when I brought him in. His eyes & nose remain free of infection with daily, vigilant care. I’m […]

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Pet Case Study: Socks B.

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Socks B. is now an 11 month old, male, neutered, domestic shorthair. At the time of his first visit to ADRC he was a mere five months old. At that time he had been fighting severe bacterial infections in his ears for approximately 6 weeks which were not responding to oral antibiotic therapy. The infections […]

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Innovative New Therapy for Atopic Dermatitis

Since September 2015, the doctors at ADRC have been using an innovative new therapy to help reduce clinical signs associated with atopic dermatitis in dogs. The product, named Canine Atopic Dermatitis Immunotherapeutic, is a first-of-its-kind antibody therapy. Some dermatologists call it CADI for short. At ADRC, we also refer to it as anti-IL-31 monoclonal antibody […]

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