New Year Trivia: Wild Animals Allergies

Did you know that wild animals can develop allergies too!? Dr. Seals assisted the Fort Worth Zoo veterinary team in allergy testing Xochi the Jaguar. Xochi has a history of overgrooming her body. This is a sign of itch and skin changes associated with allergy. Her allergy test (see photo below) shows that she is […]

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Reviews: I Highly Recommend!

“I was referred to Dr. Seals by my regular veterinarian of over 20 years, and she spoke highly of the clinic’s reputation to help find the cause of Cocoa’s hair loss. My initial visit with Dr. Seals was late August. I was very impressed with all of the staff at the clinic. I was especially […]

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When Black Pets Turn White: About Vitiligo in Dogs and Cats

Derm Spotlight: Vitiligo What is Vitiligo? Vitiligo is an acquired autoimmune condition that causes the destruction of melanocytes. A melanocyte is a cell located in the skin, hair, and eye and produce the pigment called melanin. Melanin is a pigment that gives color to the skin, hair, and eyes of people and animals. When melanocyte […]

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Practice/Staff News: Winter 2021

Our Dallas and Grapevine offices are open to see in-person appointments with pet parents and pets! Please either call or text our office when you arrive in the parking lot and a staff member will assist you as soon as possible. If you would rather have a curb-side appointment, please let a staff member know. […]

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Pet Spotlight/Case Study: “Cobii” Rescued and Back to the Basics

“The first time I saw Cobii, he was on social media at a Fort Worth shelter in October of 2018. In his video, all I could hear was barking dogs in the background. The poor little guy was skinny (between 8-9 pounds), was in a cold-looking metal crate and he was trembling (as chihuahua dogs […]

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Reviews: I will always be grateful for the care of my fur baby

“We were referred to see Dr. Ho after I noticed Sadee had some sores on her body that were not going away. Our regular vet said this was the best place for us to go be seen for any dermatological issues. I was first told it would be a bit of a wait to get […]

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Ringworm in Cats: Serious but Treatable

Derm Spotlight: Feline Dermatophytosis (ringworm) What is ringworm? Ringworm is a common superficial infection that infects the skin, hairs, and nails. It is a fungal organism that binds to the hair follicle as a nutrient source and infects hairs. Transmission is by contact with an infected animal, the environment, or fomites (objects that carry infection […]

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Practice/Staff News: Fall 2021

Our Dallas and Grapevine offices are open to see in-person appointments with pet parents and pets! Please either call or text our office when you arrive in the parking lot and a staff member will assist you as soon as possible. If you would rather have a curb-side appointment, please let a staff member know. […]

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Pet Spotlight/Case Study: “Guillmo” with Insect Bite Hypersensitivity

Guillmo is a 4-year-old MN domestic short haired cat with a history of redness/erythema and itching/pruritus of the ears, nose, and paws. When Guillmo presented to Dr. Seals at ADRC, it was reported that he primarily stays inside; however, he has access to a screened in porch each evening with the owner. The skin changes […]

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Reviews: Our Dog Now Has No Allergy Issues

“We have used Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic for almost seven years for our Doberman Samuel. After his allergy test, he was allergic to literally almost everything, he was just miserable. Dr. Seals worked with us to get his serum just right. Because of the dedication to get him just the right mix he now has […]

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