Does Your Pet Suffer From Allergies?
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Sue DiMaio
· August 30, 2017
Dr. Shoulberg is a LIFESAVER!!! She finally diagnosed my Irish Wolfhound's ongoing skin condition, and has been effectively treating it for over a month now. She is so kind and compassionate and you see how much she really cares when she is interacting with her patients. My big boy needed an assortment of topicals and pills for his treatment, costing me a pretty penny. Dr. Shoulberg helped me with every step, even suggesting to search for cheaper meds at online pharmacies, which really worked out for me. At our last re-check, she even cut the price of her service so that I could better afford the expensive medication, which really wowed me. This is hands down one of the best veterinarians I have ever used, and I have worked with countless vets in my years of working in the animal care industry. Dr. Shoulberg is truly a wonderful person and I whole-heartedly recommend her service and expertise. She is the BEST. See More
John Roxie Lara-Lee
· October 30, 2014
Excellent care for your pets! Highly recommend!
Marianne Walker
· August 24, 2015
Dr. Pinchbeck has been very helpful with my dog Oakley and his skin problem.

Tomorrow is Love Your Pet Day. Here are 5 fun ways to celebrate this special day with your beloved pet:

For many of us, an official "Love Your Pet Day" might seem a little unnecessary. We love our pets every day! But every year on February 20th, Love Your Pet Day serves as a little reminder to give our beloved pets some special attention.

We are a a full-service dermatology practice, with a dedicated team of veterinary staff treating diseases involving the skin, hair, ears and nails. Our services, tests and procedures result in the most effective, safe, and state-of-the-art care. Take a look at our services to see how we can help your pet:

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Show your dog how much you care by surprising them with a Valentine's Day gift. Need inspiration? Here are 11 awesome gifts to consider for your pup:

For those who have a perfect pup in their life, Valentine’s Day is a great time to show them how much you care

In honor of Responsible Pet Owners Month, we encourage pet parents to watch for any diseases involving the skin, hair, ears and nails. Schedule a consultation at one of our locations in New York or Connecticut:

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Pets can suffer from dry skin during the winter months, which is why it's important to care for their skin. Here are a few tips to follow:

By the time we reach adulthood, most of us have discovered that winter weather can wreak havoc on our skin. But did you know it can also affects our pets?

Learn more about how we approached crusting dermatitis while working with Puppy, a 5-year-old Boston Terrier:

On initial presentation, “Puppy” was an otherwise healthy 5 year old spayed Boston Terrier with a progressive crusting dermatitis of several months duration.

When the temperatures drop, it can be difficult to maintain the same execrise regimen for your pet. Try these fun winter activities with your dog:

We're sharing our favorite winter activities, from visiting an indoor dog park to learning fun dog sports like skijoring, mushing, nose work and agility.

Is your pet scratching, chewing or biting their skin and nails? If you're spending more time inside during the winter months, the heat and indoor allergens may be affecting your pet. Here are 5 tips to helping your pet feel fabulous throughout the winter:…/

'Tis the Season for Pet Allergies - Northeast Veterinary Dermatology Specialists Offers the Top 5 Tips To Keep Your Pets Feeling Fabulous Through Winter!

Does your pet's paws smell like Fritos? The familiar scent is most likely a sign of a yeast infection. Malassezia dermatitis is an infection of the skin caused by a yeast named Malassezia pachydermitis. This is a common yeast that is normally found in small amounts on the skin of dogs and cats.

Diseases caused by skin esctoparasites are the most common issues that we see in our practice. Symptoms of ectoparasitism in pets may include itchy skin and scratching, skin sores, bumps and scabs, skin scaling/dandruff or black dots on skin. Redness as a result of inflammation and hair loss is also common. Learn more:…

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January is Walk Your Dog Month. Follow theset tips for safe, healthy and fun outings with your pet:

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During this time of the year, snow and freezing temperatures leave pets vulnerable to the wrath of cold weather. Learn how you can keep your pet safe:

Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and chilly rain, sleet and snow can cause chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but these aren’t the only discomforts pets can suffer. To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, please heed this advice from our experts.

Pets aren't immune to the effects the cold weather can have on their skin. If your pet is suffering from dermatology problems, schedule an appointment at one of our locations today. We can help with the diagnosis and management of dermatology problems, learn more here:

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We wish you and your furry friends a happy New Year! Make it your resolution to keep your pup happy and healthy in 2018. Check out our services and see if we can be part of your dog's New Year:

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Did you include your pet on your holiday gift list this year? If so, share a photo of your pet with their gift below with your pet's name and age:

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