Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The University of Tennessee's veterinary dermatology service consists of two board- certified dermatologists, a dermatology resident, and a veterinary technician. The service maintains an active local and referral case load and consults with veterinarians from all areas of the country. The dermatologists have expertise in all aspects of veterinary dermatology including allergic, endocrine, and immune-mediated diseases of both small and large animals. Diagnostic tests routinely performed include intradermal skin testing for allergies, endocrine testing, and histopathology. The dermatologists are actively involved in research relating to the field such as diagnostic tests for hypothyroidism, causes of non-inflammatory hair loss in dogs, and diagnosis and treatment of resistant bacterial infections in animals.
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Adult spayed female German Shepherd dog diagnosed with hypothyroidism and allergic dermatitis before and after treatment.