Derm Spotlight: Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

What is Discoid Lupus Erythematosus (DLE)? Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) is one of the most common autoimmune skin diseases that targets the face. An autoimmune disease is where your own immune system is reacting against you. This disease can occur in dogs and is rarely seen in cats. What are the symptoms of DLE? This […]

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Practice/Staff News, Winter 2023

ADRC is now part of Animal Dermatology Group, Inc. As we look forward to the new and exciting possibilities 2023 has for all of us, we are happy to announce that Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic has joined Animal Dermatology Group (ADG). Operating veterinary specialty practices throughout the country under the name Animal Dermatology Clinic, ADG […]

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Pet Spotlight/Case Study: Maximus Gets the Max Benefits from His Visits to ADRC

Maximus S. visited us at the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic with itchy crusty sores all over his body. He had antibiotics prescribed before coming to see Dr. Seals which did not resolve the sores. Other symptoms included increased frequency of drinking water over the past year and urinating often. His physical examination revealed multiple red […]

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From Our Clients: Golden Doodle Bruno

“We started coming to the Animal Dermatology Clinic when our golden doodle Bruno kept getting ear infections every other week. After several tests he was diagnosed with food allergy as well as an environmental allergy. Dr. Seals and her wonderful staff reassured us that our baby would get better if we put him on a […]

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Derm Spotlight: Treatment Options for Calcium Deposits in Dog Skin

What is Calcinosis Cutis? This is an uncommon physiological process characterized by inappropriate mineral deposition into the epidermis (superficial skin), dermis (deep skin), and subcutis (fatty layer underneath the skin) with calcium salts. Calcinosis cutis in dogs is a rare disease usually occurring in large breeds (for example, German Shepherds) and can affect puppies and […]

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Practice/Staff News, Fall 2022

Dr. Ho had a healthy baby boy! His name is Landon Richard! She and baby are doing well. Welcome to Miss Madison Wise! She has joined the receptionist team at the ADRC Grapevine, TX office. Equine Allergies – Tennessee Walking Horse: Dr. Seals assisted the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch veterinary team located in Murchison, TX. […]

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Pet Spotlight/Case Study: A Kitty with Blisters

Athena is a 6-year-old domestic short haired cat with a history of diffuse yellow raised crusts on her skin, ear margins, and paws. Her paws were swollen and painful to walk on. She reportedly was not using her litter box, had a decreased appetite, and overall was not feeling well.   The changes seen on […]

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From Our Clients: A Thank You from Beauregard and His Human

“Referred here by my vet. I wish I had known of Dr. Seals sooner as she is whip smart and effective. After being treated here, my dog’s allergies were substantially reduced, making him dramatically happier, healthier, and more spry. Though very popular and booked ahead, the staff is communicative and works diligently to get you […]

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Derm Spotlight: Dog Claw Disease aka Symmetric Lupoid Onychitis (SLO)

SLO in Dogs: Often Undetected and Very Painful What is Symmetric Lupoid Onychitis (SLO)? This is an autoimmune condition that only affects the claws. The immune system targets multiple claws on more than one paw causing claw distortion and loss. Initially, one or two claws are lost, then over a course of weeks to months […]

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Wild Animal Allergies: American Bison

Dr. Seals assisted the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch veterinary team located in Murchison, TX. This facility is a world-renowned animal sanctuary for domestic and exotic animals. They have an American Bison with a history of seasonal itch/pruritus progressing over the past few years. The bison has rubbed several patches of hair out and has […]

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