Quality treatment for pet skin and ear problems.

Is Your Cat or Dog's Scratching Keeping You Up At Night?

Is your pet keeping you up at night with incessant scratching? Is your pet constantly shaking its head? Skin and ear problems are some of the most common reasons pet owners visit PriorityVet. While seeking care for your pet’s skin and ear problems can be inconvenient and time consuming, it’s important to seek treatment early so that your dog or cat’s condition doesn’t worsen. Some animal skin problems can be transmitted to humans, so let the experienced veterinarians at PriorityVet diagnose and provide treatment for your pet.

Signs That Your Pet Is Having Skin Or Ear Problems:

Here are some common reasons to seek immediate attention for your pet’s skin and ear problems:

An unpleasant odor from the ears or skin can be indicative of an advanced infection or a deep wound that requires aggressive treatment.

This can be the result of biting or scratching, but may also be a sign of an undiagnosed internal illness.

Ear infections and allergies are typically the cause of head shaking. Excessive head shaking can lead to large blood blisters in the ear flap that complicate treatment of the underlying issue.

If your pet is chewing itself or scratching excessively, it may be a sign of an allergies, infection or external parasites, such as fleas or mites. This can eventually lead to bleeding.

They can become large quickly and may eventually rupture, ulcerate, bleed or become infected. Prompt evaluation of problematic skin tumors is an important part of successful treatment.

Call PriorityVet to speak with a qualified staff member today.

As soon as you notice symptoms of skin or ear problems, bring your pet to PriorityVet. Call for an appointment that fits your schedule any weekday or weekend evening to have your pet evaluated and treated.

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