Animal Dermatology News in New York and Connecticut

NVDS Newsletter: Summer 2017

In the Summer 2017 issue of the NVDS Newsletter, our veterinary dermatology specialists discuss treatment for of canine demodicosis, a drug resistant bacteria called Enterobacteriaceae, the use of diluted bleach as a topical antiseptic for dogs, a study on dogs with atopic dermatitis treated with Apoquel® and Atopica®, food allergy testing in dogs, resistant infections, a study […] Read more>

NVDS Newsletter: Winter 2015

In the Winter 2015 issue of the NVDS Newsletter, our veterinary dermatology specialists discuss new products to try, the effects of Apoquel®, therapeutic monoclonal antibody treatment for Pruritus, common infectious diseases affecting the nasal planum of dogs, the feline herpes virus, how freezing impacts the efficacy of Atopica®, and upcoming meetings and conferences of note. Download […] Read more>

NVDS Newsletter: Winter 2014

In the Winter 2014 issue of the NVDS Newsletter, our veterinary dermatology specialists focus exclusively on dogs, providing an allergy update and discussing such topics as sun-induced Neoplasia, serum cortisol concentrations in dogs with pituitary-dependent Hyperadrenocorticism and atypical Cushing’s Syndrome, clinical response to medical management of dogs with perianal fistulae, and adverse events associated with […] Read more>

NVDS Newsletter: Spring 2014

In the Spring 2014 issue of the NVDS Newsletter, our veterinary dermatology specialists discuss the epidermal barrier and its role in skin disease, how biofilm formation negatively affects the topical treatment of Pseudomonas otitis externa,the clinical and histopathologic features of canine folliculitis and furunculosis  caused by water immersion or exposure to grooming products, recommendations for […] Read more>

NVDS Newsletter: Fall 2013

In the Fall 2013 issue of the NVDS Newsletter, our veterinary dermatology specialists discuss the critical role veterinary technicians play in the institution and successful outcome of diagnostic food trials, recommended treatment for two uncommon types of demodex mite (D. injai and D. gatoi), treating allergic diseases with sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT), oral absorption of generic […] Read more>

Local vets educating pet owners about cat allergies

Media Outlet: The Hour Online An indolent ulcer (also known as a rodent ulcer) in cats is often signs of an allergic reaction. A new survey by Novartis shows the majority of cat owners are unaware of their pets’ suffering during allergy season. The survey, conducted this year with more than 1,250 pet owners in […] Read more>

Is What You’re Feeding Your Pet Making Them Sick?

Media Outlet: The Day If your dog is experiencing recurrent skin rashes or ear infections, he may be having an adverse reaction to the food you are feeding your pet. Is your dog constantly itching (licking, biting, scratching, chewing, rubbing, rolling) at the face, paws, limbs, armpits, abdomen or under the tail? Is your dog […] Read more>

Dr. Shoulberg Recognized as Best Animal Dermatologist

Media Outlet: Westchester Magazine Dr. Nina Shoulberg has been rated as one of Westchester County’s “best vets.” Peer-review survey company topVets (usatopvets.com) recently compiled a list of top veterinarians in Westchester County, recognizing the Northeast Veterinary Dermatology Specialists partner for superb care. In addition, Shoulberg was previously recognized by New York Magazine in a feature […] Read more>