Dermatology and Allergy

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Dermatology and Allergy

You notice your pet’s tags jingling non-stop, and suddenly realize that there’s been a lot more scratching lately. Animals are susceptible to hundreds of skin conditions and diseases that can leave them itchy or uncomfortable. Veterinary dermatologists see a wide array of skin, ear, fur and nail disorders, from small blemishes and allergies to severe, life-threatening problems. Sometimes a change in the skin or fur can even be a sign of more severe illness elsewhere, which is why it’s so important to get your pet seen by a dermatologist as soon as possible if you notice any changes. We specialize in diagnosing and treating chronic and severe skin diseases, auto-immune and hormonal skin diseases, skin manifestations of internal diseases, allergies, chronic ear disease, nail diseases and more.

Dermatology services at AESC include (but are not limited to): 

  • Video otoscopy
  • Intradermal allergy testing and hyposensitization therapy
  • Elimination diet trials
  • Skin biopsy with dermatopathology
  • Microneedling for certain hair loss disorders
  • Diagnosis and treatment of:
    • Chronic and severe skin and ear disease
    • Auto-immune, hormonal, genetic/congenital and infectious skin diseases
    • Cutaneous adverse drug reactions
    • Cutaneous manifestations of internal disease
    • Claw and nail bed disorders

If you have any questions about AESC’s Dermatology and Allergy services or would like to talk about how to set up an appointment, please:

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About Jacquelyn Diamond, DVM, DACVD

Dr. Diamond earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Economics and Business from the Boston University in 2006. She then attended Ross University where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Diamond completed a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at a private referral practice in North County San Diego, and then moved to Georgia to complete a 1 year dermatology internship and a 3 year dermatology residency. After completing her residency in 2019, Dr. Diamond accepted a full time position with AESC in Colorado.

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