If you’re in need of experts in pet dermatology in Greater Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky, you’ve found the right place. The GCVS Dermatology Service provides a comprehensive approach to skin and ear disorders of dogs and cats. At GCVS, we understand that each pet’s dermatologic condition is different, and we take the time to understand both the client and their special patient.
If your pet experiences…
Chronic and/or Recurrent Skin or Ear Infections
Chronic Itching or Allergic Reactions
Hair Loss or Poor Coat Quality
Unusual Skin Lesions or Masses
Changes in Pigmentation of the Skin or Hair Coat
Recurrent, Draining, or Non-healing Skin Wounds or Ulcers
A visit with a Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologist may help.
At GCVS, we offer a full range of services including, but not limited to:
Digital Otoscopic Evaluation for high definition evaluation of the ear canal and portions of the middle ear cavities
Intradermal and Serologic Allergy Testing
Custom-made Allergy Vaccines for home administration
On-site CT (Computed Tomography) Imaging
Skin biopsies for Histopathologic Evaluation
On-site Diagnostic Cytology Services
Bacterial Cultures of the Skin and Ear
Fungal Cultures, Serology and/or PCR Testing
Therapeutic Laser Treatments
Fluorescent Light Therapy
Screening for Genetic Dermatoses
Acute or Chronic Wound Care
Did you know…?
There are currently only ~300 ACVD Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologists worldwide.
Members of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD), also known as “Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologists,” have studied the skin and ear disorders of animals for 3-4 years beyond the standard courses taught in veterinary schools.
By going through focused training, original research, and challenging examinations, Veterinary Dermatologists gain valuable experience and expertise. Pet dermatology in Greater Cincinnati looks to study and treat a wide variety of skin and ear disorders ranging from allergies, immune-mediated diseases, infectious diseases, and cancers.
Board-Certified Dermatologists also receive advanced training in Comparative Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Immunology, and Allergy.
Contact Us For Specialty Services
Appointments with veterinary specialists can be made by contacting us at 859-209-6560