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Irritation on your pet’s skin or other skin problems can raise concerns about his or her health. The cause of their irritation and inflammation varies, which is why you can come to Dr. Nina’s Animal Hospital team to address the situation.
A rash on your pet's skin may stem from a variety of situations. It may be an allergic reaction to something your pet touched. It can also stem from parasites or an infection. If you notice a rash on your pet's skin, then you want to visit our clinic in Sarasota, FL to identify the cause of the rash.
Skin irritation is similar to a rash. It stems from multiple situations and factors. In some cases, the irritation occurs when your pet gets bored and starts licking or biting the area. In other situations, it relates directly to an allergic reaction, a parasite or an infection. Even a shampoo or grooming product may cause the irritation. If your pet seems to bite or scratch a particular area on a regular basis, then you want to visit Dr. Nina’s Animal Hospital to clarify the cause of the irritation.
Allergies in pets are a potential cause of skin conditions. Contact dermatitis occurs when your pet touches an item that causes an allergic reaction, such as brushing up against a plant. In other situations, you will notice other signs of an allergic reaction, like sneezing or runny eyes.
A bald patch on your pet's fur is not a look for your pet. It may also raise concerns about his or her health. If you notice that a pet's fur is falling out and leaving patches, then it may stem from several factors. It may relate to a health condition or a parasitic infection. It may also stem from your pet biting or licking the area. Consistent irritation from an allergen or other factors may also contribute to the bald patches. You should not ignore bald spots on your pet's body.
Our Sarasota vet helps with dermatology concerns like rashes and skin problems by identifying the cause of the condition. We treat the underlying problem so your pet heals and recovers. We recognize that several factors may contribute to your pet's symptoms and we provide the care your pet needs to heal.
To learn more about treating problems with your pet's skin or for an appointment, call 941-366-1222 today. Our office is located at 2959 Fruitville Rd, Sarasota, FL 34237.