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Forms: Dermatology handouts
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Client handout: What to do for my dog's itchy, sore ears?

June 1, 2014

Use this handout to talk to veterinary clients about what otitis is and what they can do to help their pet.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Client handout: Answers to your 3 most burning questions on ear and skin infections

June 1, 2014

Use this handout to answer veterinary clients' common questions about their pet's ear and skin conditions.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Help veterinary clients get a handle on hot spots

May 1, 2014

It's important to warn pet owners that those unsightly wounds often signal an underlying issue—and getting to the root of the problem is critical.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Help veterinary clients get a handle on hot spots

April 18, 2014

It?s important to warn pet owners that those unsightly wounds often signal an underlying issue—and getting to the root of the problem is critical.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Handout: Tell veterinary clients what to expect during a dermatology exam

February 1, 2014

Finding and understanding the cause of scratching in pets can be difficult. Let clients read this handout so they can see how you arrive at your diagnosis.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The facts about pemphigus foliaceus

May 23, 2013

Don't let a diagnosis of this common immune-mediated skin disease overwhelm veterinary clients—just give 'em the facts.

Source: FIRSTLINE

At-home diet trial compliance handout

January 16, 2009

Help clients beat their pets' food allergies. Download this helpful handout on diet trial compliance.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client information: Demodicosis in dogs

August 1, 2008

All normal dogs have a small number of Demodex species mites that live in their hair follicles. These mites are not visible to the naked eye. But some dogs develop an overgrowth of these mites, a condition called demodicosis, or demodectic mange.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

How to conduct a limited-antigen diet trial (PDF)

January 1, 2007

Your pet is exhibiting clinical signs that could be consistent with an adverse reaction to food.

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