Pet Dermatology In Onalaska
- We are able to treat many animal skin issues for our clients' pets at Onalaska Animal Hospital.
- When your pet has skin issues, getting help from a highly rated veterinarian in Onalaska is the best way to help your fur baby.
- Dr. Nicole Azene is an experienced veterinarian who can handle many common skin issues.
- We keep your pet feeling safe and comfortable throughout their entire appointment.
Veterinary Dermatology Can Help
When humans have skin-related issues, they may seek help from a physician with knowledge of common skin conditions. Pets can also benefit from seeing an informed veterinarian.
Just like humans, pets can suffer from allergies, ear infections, skin conditions and other related issues. We can provide treatment for skin, hair, nail and ear problems in pets. Allergies are often the underlying cause of these problems. Don’t let your pet suffer too long. Call us today at (608) 668-6777 for an appointment.
Common Skin Conditions in Pets
- Allergies to Seasonal Pollen
- Allergies to Flea Bites (Flea Dermatitis)
- Allergies to Parasites (Lice, Mites)
- Ringworm or Other Fungal Infections
- Metabolic Disorders (Hyperthyroidism, Liver Disease, Diabetes)
- Systemic Infections (Bacteremia, Septicemia)
What Should I Expect on My Initial Visit?
When you bring your pet in for an initial visit, you’ll be asked about your pet’s history. Dr. Azene will review this information with you and discuss any previous treatments that have been tried. Then, armed with that information and the results of the physical exam, we will develop appropriate treatment options.
Schedule an Appointment Today at Onalaska Animal Hospital
Avoid treating your pet's skin condition with home remedies or herbal ointments. While some botanical ingredients may be helpful for relieving human skin problems, they can exacerbate dog and cat skin conditions by inflaming infections or severely dehydrate skin. In addition, home remedies for a pet's skin condition may cause an allergic reaction resulting in difficulty breathing or swallowing.
For more information about pet skin issues or to make an appointment with your veterinarian in Onalaska, please call us today at (608) 668-6777!