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Your pets are part of the family. When confronted with an uncomfortable skin or ear problem, you and your family veterinarian want the best medical care available. We’d love to help.
Does My Pet Need A Dermatologist?
FOR AN ITCH, RASH OR INFECTED EAR
Skin and ear diseases often have a significant impact on a pet’s quality of life. Veterinary dermatologists supplement the capabilities of primary care veterinarians by providing additional expertise in the diagnosis and management of skin and ear diseases.
Of the hundreds of conditions that affect pets’ skin and ears, here are some of the more common things that SkinVet® Clinic treats:
- Ear infections
- Chronic itching and scratching
- Hair loss
- Skin Odor
- Skin parasites
- Fungal infections
- Autoimmune diseases
WE HAVE SPECIALIZED TRAINING
Our goal is to make a specific diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan that is both cost-effective and in the best-interest of your pet’s long-term health.
Board certified veterinary dermatologists have 2-3 years of specialized training beyond veterinary school. At SkinVet Clinic, Drs. Jon Plant, Matthew Carnett, and Tia Taketa are dedicated to treating skin diseases, ear problems, and allergies of pets. Our goal is to improve your pet’s quality of life so that your companion can be happy, healthy, and comfortable. Our patients are often referred to us by general practitioners or other specialists. Your regular veterinarian will continue to be your partner in providing preventative and wellness care to your pet.
We understand how a pet’s skin disease can impact their quality of life. At SkinVet Clinic, our mission is to provide dogs and cats with the most advanced skin and ear care available.
The SkinVet Difference
Innovative, cost-effective treatment strategies for atopic dermatitis
Commitment to clinical research and evidence-based medicine
Detailed communications with clients and veterinarians
Available Monday-Saturday Convenient locations
Jon D. Plant, DVM, DACVD
Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist
DVM, Oregon State University, 1988
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Dermatology, 1991
Animal Dermatology Specialty Clinic, Marina del Rey, CA 1991-2005
Numerous scientific presentations and publications