For some pets, occasional scratching turns into something more, resulting in irritated, sore and infected skin. To stop the scratching, the itching must be controlled. And that requires identifying and treating the underlying problem. Your primary veterinarian can usually treat your pet’s skin problem, but some can become chronic and difficult to diagnose. Then your veterinarian may decide to refer you to a board-certified veterinary dermatologist for specialized care. Many skin diseases look alike, having only subtle differences in appearance and historical background. Our specialists are trained to recognize these differences and pursue a specific diagnostic and therapeutic plan. We strive to stay current on newly recognized diseases and therapies.

Conditions that may require an evaluation by a board-certified veterinary dermatologist include:
  • Allergies (food, inhalants, contact and fleas)
  • Parasites (fleas and mites)
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Infectious diseases (bacterial and fungal)
  • Hormonal diseases
  • Recurring ear infections
  • Skin cancer




Regular Hours
Weekdays 6pm-8am
Saturday-Sunday 24hrs


June 14: 6pm-12am
June 18: CLOSED
June 19: 12pm-12am
June 20: 12pm-12am


2460 Colony Crossing Place Midlothian, VA 23112
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