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We have a dermatology expert on board. We treat a variety of pet skin-related issues from simple skin rash to complex dermatological conditions your pet might have.


While a variety of common pet skin conditions can be treated by a general veterinarian, certain dermatological conditions require the care of a specialist expert in this field. We are proud that we have a dermatologist on board to ensure that your pet will receive the best dermatological care he needs.
Weather conditions in the UAE greatly affects some dermatological issues and disorders in pets. Issues related to ears, skin, mouth, hair, nail, other allergic conditions, and parasite infestations are most common reasons why you need to see an expert. Our specialist will walk you through with the best treatment plan for your pet to receive the optimal level of care.
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Some common skin problems in pets include allergies, bacterial or fungal infections, parasites like fleas or mites, and skin tumors.

Signs of skin problems in pets can include itching, scratching, hair loss, redness, bumps, scabs, and changes in skin color or texture. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to have your pet evaluated by a veterinarian.

Yes, pets can develop allergies to a wide range of environmental and food allergens, just like humans. Allergies can cause a variety of skin symptoms, including itching, redness, and rash.

Skin allergies in pets are typically diagnosed through a combination of physical examination, medical history, and allergy testing. Allergy testing can be done through blood tests or skin testing.

Treatment for skin infections in pets depends on the cause of the infection. Bacterial infections are typically treated with antibiotics, while fungal infections may require antifungal medication. Parasite infestations like fleas or mites require specific treatment to eliminate the parasites.

Yes, pets can develop skin cancer, just like humans. Skin tumors in pets can be benign or malignant, and it’s important to have any lumps or bumps on your pet’s skin evaluated by a veterinarian.

Regular grooming, including brushing and bathing, can help keep your pet’s skin healthy and clean. Keeping your pet on a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight can also help prevent skin problems. It’s important to address any skin problems promptly and work with your veterinarian to develop a treatment plan.

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