Reviews: Violet

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“I do want to thank you and Dr. Gimmler so very, very much for ALL your help and assistance with learning about pemphigus and how best to take care of Violet after I adopted her last year. You both went above and beyond by responding to emails and looking at camera photos of her to […]

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Practice/Staff News: Summer 2019

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• Dr. Seals will be giving interactive lectures for school-aged children at Cathy’s Critters in Princeton, TX on July 17th. Her first lecture was on June 19th. • Dr. Garfield gave 4 hours of Continuing Education to general practitioners on June 19th, 2019 at Tyler Animal Emergency Clinic Tyler, TX • Dr. Seals will be giving a Grand […]

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Derm Spotlight: Is CBD Oil Safe for Pets?

CBD oil, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in the cannabis (or marijuana) plant. This is different from tetrahydrocaccabinol (THC), which is the compound in cannabis responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana, i.e. “feeling high.” CBD does not cause the “high” feeling and is not considered an illicit drug, meaning that it is legal […]

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Reviews: Berlin

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“Berlin had horrible sores that would bleed. She was taking antibiotics prescribed by a vet a year and half ago but to no avail. I researched and found ADRC. Dr. Gimmler and Leah were amazing and kind. After the skin culture, Berlin was diagnosed with a Staph Infection. Dr. Gimmler recommended a dilute bleach solution […]

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Pet Case Study: “Sugar” Cat Hair Loss Solved

Sugar is a 10 month old female spayed domestic cat. She was adopted from the local animal shelter about 1 month ago. Shortly after adoption, Sugar developed hair loss from the face and paw. She presented to ADRC for Dr. Seals to evaluate. The affected skin had areas of scaling and appeared irritated. During the examination, the […]

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Reviews: River

“River is feeling like a young pup again. He has the sparkle back in his eyes thanks to Dr. Seals, Dr. Ho, and all the wonderful people at ADRC.”    – Noelle Owen, Plano, Texas

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Practice/Staff News: April

• The recent ADRC open house was a great success at the new Grapevine location! • UT Southwestern Medical Center Grand Rounds – Dr. Seals will be lecturing about veterinary dermatology to medical doctors this spring.

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Derm Spotlight: Why Do Dogs Develop Yeast Infections On Their Skin?

Many dogs develop yeast infections on their skin caused by the organism Malassezia pachydermatis. A few of these organisms on the skin is considered normal. However, high numbers of this yeast can cause the pet to develop a bad smell and can increase licking, scratching, chewing, etc. An underlying skin disease such as hypothyroidism or allergic dermatitis can […]

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Pet Case Study: Jackson and James

Jackson and James are 5 year old, neutered male Cocker Spaniel-Poodle mixes. Every summer and fall for many years they have been getting itchy, inflamed “hot spots” on their rumps. The technical term for a “hot spot” is acute moist dermatitis. This is an inflamed, oozy spot on the skin that appears rapidly due to […]

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Practice/Staff News: January

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• The Grapevine ADRC team is settled into our NEW location, in building 2 right next to our previous location.  We have more space, more exam rooms, and even a hydraulic table to lift heavy dogs for allergy testing! We’re very happy with the upgrade! • The Grapevine team has welcomed a new veterinary technician to […]

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