Veterinary Dermatology and Allergy
Ian Brett Spiegel VMD, MHS,DACVD
Samantha Zebley DVM, ACVD- Resident
What to bring to your appointment:
- Previous veterinary records and/or referral forms from your primary veterinarian
- Previous laboratory results (e.g., blood work, urinalysis, imaging reports, cytology reports, biopsy reports, cultures)
- Records/proof of vaccination or reason for exemption
- Bottles of oral medication(s) that your companion animal is currently receiving or has recently received (prescribed and over-the-counter products)
- Containers of any topical creams, lotions, shampoos, etc. (prescribed and over-the-counter products)
- Food labels (if possible) or print-out with the nutritional information/ingredients
- Heartworm prevention, flea/tick prevention- containers or note the brand and if flavored
Details about your appointment:
- It is best to arrive 15-20 minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow for paperwork to be completed.
- For initial examination appointments, plan to be in the clinic for 1 to 1.5 hours.
- Re-examination appointments and nurse visits typically take 30 to 60 minutes.
- While we will do everything possible to get you in-and-out in a timely fashion, we provide every patient with individual and personalized care, which may in turn lead to slightly longer appointments and/or wait times (including procedures).
- Please DO NOT give your companion animal a bath for at least 7 days prior to your scheduled appointment.
- If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please remember to call and cancel/reschedule.
Dermatology Questionnaire (New Patients):