13 Signs Your Dog Has Pollen Allergies | VetDERM Clinic

13 Signs Your Dog Has Pollen Allergies

Has your dog been itching, scratching, biting, or licking itself more often than usual? Have these symptoms been more obvious since warmer weather came about? Do you see any abnormal signs related to your dogs’ ears or eyes? Like humans, dogs can develop pollen allergies and they can show symptoms any time of the year. […]

VetDERM Clinic - Canine Pododermatitis: Causes and Work Up - Pododermatitis as part of generalized cutaneous lesions due to dermatophytosis

Canine Pododermatitis: Causes and Work Up

By: Dr. Jangi Bajwa, BVSC & AH, DACVD Dr. Jangi Bajwa is a Board certified veterinary dermatologist at VetDERM Clinic in Surrey BC. He is also the dermatology feature editor for Canadian Veterinary Journal. Dr. Bajwa’s special interests include otitis and allergic disease in pets; as well as helping improve quality of life of pets […]

Skin Mites in Dogs: What You Need to Know about Demodicosis | VetDERM Clinic

Skin Mites in Dogs: What You Need to Know about Demodicosis

Dogs get all sorts of skin problems for a variety of different reasons. One of the more common causes of patchy dog hair loss and irritated red skin is demodicosis. This is especially common in puppies. Demodicosis (or “red mange”) is one of the skin problems in dogs that can be easily treated but requires […]

Food Allergies in Dogs and the Hypoallergenic Diet | VetDERM Clinic

Food Allergies in Dogs and the Hypoallergenic Diet

As almost everyone has an opinion about food allergy in pets, there are many myths and misconceptions about food allergies in dogs. It is easy to form an opinion on something quite common, thus food allergy does fall prey to different opinions and beliefs. The diagnosis, signs and treatment of a food allergic dog can […]

What Are The Signs Of Itchiness In Dogs? | VetDERM Clinic

What are the Signs of Itchiness in Dogs?

Itchiness (also called pruritus) is the sensation that induces an animal or human to itch itself locally or over large areas of the skin. It can be caused by various ailments including underlying allergies, skin infection by bacteria or yeast, as well as due to sudden trauma such as an insect bite. Itchiness in dogs […]