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Articles by Kathy C. Tater, DVM, DACVD

Kathy C. Tater, DVM, DACVD


Angell Animal Medical Center
350 S. Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02130

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Canine and feline pemphigus foliaceus: Improving your chances of a successful outcome
January 1, 2010

Pemphigus foliaceus, the most common autoimmune skin condition in dogs and cats, is characterized by pustules, erosions, and crusts.

Answers to your questions about pemphigus foliaceus in dogs and cats (PDF)
January 1, 2010

Pemphigus foliaceus is a disease of the immune system and the skin. In fact, it is the most common immune-mediated skin disease in dogs and cats.

Canine and feline demodicosis
August 1, 2008

Demodicosis is a common dermatosis in dogs and is now a more recognized problem in cats.

Client consent form: Ivermectin for the treatment of demodicosis
August 1, 2008

Have your clients fill out this consent form for extralabel use of ivermectin to treat demodicosis in dogs.

Client information: Demodicosis in dogs (PDF)
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.

Client consent form: Ivermectin for the treatment of demodicosis (PDF)
August 1, 2008

Have your clients fill out this consent form for extralabel use of ivermectin to treat demodicosis in dogs.

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.

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