The Angell Dermatology Specialty Service offers a comprehensive approach to the field of veterinary dermatology. We offer the best in clinical dermatology in a multi-specialty hospital environment. This enables us to work closely with a team of fellow veterinary specialists to diagnose and manage a wide variety of dermatologic and otic conditions.
Coordination and consultation with the other specialty services at Angell helps to provide optimal patient care. Some of the specialty services we work with include: Avian and Exotic Medicine, Cardiology, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Oncology and Surgery.
Allergies are a common cause of skin and ear conditions in pets. Dogs and cats with allergies may scratch, chew, lick their paws, rub their face or have recurrent ear infections.
Three types of allergies are common in dogs and cats: food allergies, flea allergy dermatitis and atopic dermatitis (environmental allergies). We offer:
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The Angell Ear Clinic is a specialty clinic within the Angell Dermatology Service. Our Ear Clinic serves the New England region and is dedicated to the diagnosis and management of chronic ear infections in dogs and cats.
The Angell Ear Clinic provides advanced care for any case of chronic or refractory ear disease. We specialize in diagnosing and treating resistant bacterial ear infections and middle ear infections as well as tumors, polyps or other masses in the ear. We can perform ear surgery such as a myringotomy (obtaining a sample from the middle ear through the ear drum) and biopsy masses in the external or middle ear. Click here for the Angell Ear Clinic Brochure.
The Angell Ear Clinic offers:
We provide a wide variety of diagnostic tests to diagnose and manage your pet’s skin condition. These services include:
Dermatopathology is the microscopic examination of sections of skin obtained through biopsies.
The Angell Dermatology Service works closely with the Angell Pathology Laboratory to provide a multi-disciplinary and comprehensive approach to dermatopathology. The Angell Pathology Laboratory is in the same building as our veterinary hospital and is staffed by two Board-Certified Veterinary Pathologists. Skin biopsies obtained by the Angell Dermatology Service are reviewed by Dr. Loft of the Angell Dermatology Service and an Angell Pathologist.
The Angell Dermatology Service also diagnoses and manages a wide variety of other skin conditions such as infectious and noninfectious skin diseases, parasitic skin diseases, and skin manifestations of systemic diseases.