VetDERM Clinic is a veterinary dermatology clinic that treats allergy, skin, and ear problems in cats and dogs.
A veterinary dermatologist is a veterinarian with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of animal skin, ear, hair, and nail disorders. They are also the ear specialists and the allergy specialists.
We offer comprehensive dermatology exams and consultations and provide skin infection resolution, allergy testing, diagnosis and treatment for ear problems, and allergy management.
We also treat skin disorders or problems caused by hormones as well as take care of hair loss and autoimmune diseases.
With a combination of knowledge, experience, technology, and science, we have the ability to get to the bottom of the problem and treat it.
It is vital to get to the bottom of the problem and offer a customized treatment because that will help resolve infection, prevent infection progression, and avoid secondary complications.
However, it can be extremely challenging to treat someone (i.e. your pet) who can’t talk and explain how he or she feels.
The main goal involved in VetDERM Clinic’s work is to keep our pet patients as comfortable as possible and improve their quality of life.
To provide dermatology care for cats and dogs that have allergy, skin, and ear problems,
and ultimately improve their quality of life.
Dr. Jangi Bajwa is a board certified veterinary dermatologist and has been working in the Vancouver area since 2005.
After working as a family veterinarian for a number of years, Dr. Bajwa pursued his special interests in treating allergies and skin issues in dogs and cats, successfully obtaining his Veterinary Dermatology diploma with the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) in 2014. The ACVD is a group of veterinarians who have expertise and specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of animals with skin allergies, as well as benign and malignant disorders of the skin, hair, ears, and nails.
He has an especially keen interest in treating, resolving, and preventing ear infections as these can often affect pets’ quality of life and can become a chronic problem if not resolved adequately.