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According to the most recent pet insurance industry statistics, one of the top ten health concerns pet owners seek treatment for is skin issues. At Intermountain Pet Hospital, we see dermatological issues as being a two-fold problem. First, we address the symptoms your pet is experiencing to get him or her to a place of comfort as quickly as possible. Second, we use our state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to determine the cause of the symptoms. Proper diagnosis and treatment not only eliminate the immediate discomfort your pet has been experiencing, but also prevent the condition from returning in the future. Properly diagnosing the root of the problem is essential, as there is no more expensive treatment than ineffective medicine.
Some of the common dermatological conditions we treat include:
•Breed-specific genetic problems
Through state-of-the-art diagnostics and thorough knowledge of dermatologic conditions, your pet’s skin care will be properly managed, symptoms treated quickly, and, when possible, recurrences prevented in the future.
Call Seminole Animal Hospital & Pet Resort in Sanford today to schedule an appointment. 407-330-7387