At the Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic, we understand the importance of long-term relief for pets with chronic or relapsing skin and ear conditions. Through careful and thorough assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, our veterinary team can make a real difference in your pet’s comfort, wellbeing, and happiness.
Our promise to our clients is to seek the answer to your pet’s problem with the least number of tests, procedures, and medications. We will develop a treatment protocol that addresses your pet’s dermatologic condition, which prevents them from enjoying life to the fullest.
Often clients have been referred to us by their family veterinarians, but a referral is not required to receive care at our clinic. We always send written communication to your primary veterinarian informing him or her of the diagnosis and treatment your pet is receiving from our veterinary dermatologist.
Our clinic is conveniently located at 16429 7th Place West in Lynnwood, Washington, just off of I-5 at exit 183 (164th Street). We serve more than just the surrounding Seattle area, we have clients from the entire State of Washington and some from Canada.
Years In Practice28
AffiliationsACVD, AAVD, AVMA, WSVMA
Payment OptionsCash, Check, Debit Card, VISA, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Care Credit
ServicesAnimal Skin and Allergy Clinic provides comprehensive dermatology services for your pet. There are hundreds of different skin diseases currently recognized in dogs and cats. Many of these diseases look very much alike, with only subtle differences in the clinical picture and historical backgrounds. Your pet will be cared for by a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. David Duclos, and his caring staff who are trained to focus on these differences and pursue a direct and cost-effective diagnostic workup.
We specialize in diagnosing and treating veterinary dermatology conditions such as:
Allergies—Food, airborne, and flea Skin diseases Diagnosis and management of ear diseases Congenital/genetic skin diseases Drug resistant skin infections Immune mediated and hormonal skin diseases Bacterial and fungal/yeast skin infections Ectoparasitic diseases—Fleas, ticks, mites, and lice Certain types of skin tumors and cancers Skin manifestations of internal parasites or conditions Paw diseases, including nail and nail bed disease
Our practice uses the latest in available technology and offers these diagnostic tests:
Skin and ear cytology—Microscopic examination of skin lesions Skin scrapings for mange or ringworm Hair examinations for mange and ringworm and in-house fungal culture Cultures for skin infections—Bacterial and fungal Blood work—Thyroid, sex hormone panels, etc. Intradermal skin allergy testing Skin biopsies and dermatopathology Video otoscopy with digital image capture Imaging—CT, MRI, radiography, and ultrasonography C02 laser surgery
As specialists, we stay current on new research and treatments and are often actively involved with the research. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.Additional ServicesDermatology, allergy, skin
The staff and Dr Duclos could not have treated my cat or us better. She had polyps in her little ears which were removed. The procedure and follow up treatment were wonderful. They even called to check on her the next day. We're fortunate to have been referred to this specialist by our vet.
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