After several months of treating my dog for a fungal infection, my regular vet took one look and ran blood work, determining that she actually has cutaneous lymphoma. Three rounds of anti-fungals and the "expert" couldn't figure out why it was not working? I even questioned whether or not there was something else possibly going on and this arrogant little man blew me off rather than entertain the possibility that he does not know everything.
My dog had a skin problem that seemed to defy treatment and our regular vet was stumped. He recommended this specialist. The problem was diagnosed and treated with antibiotic capsules and special shampoo. It has been a month now and the skin problem is almost completely gone. We have a follow up appointment in a few days. Very pleased.
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