Darin Dell, DVM, DACVD
Dr. Darin Dell is a veterinary dermatologist at Animal Dermatology Clinic in Indianapolis, Indiana.
VETTED - Jan 16, 2018
You know shedding is normal, but your veterinary clients (who are likely covered in dog or cat hair) may not. Here’s how to handle concerns about “excessive” shedding.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jul 05, 2017
When clients have questions about their pets' derm condition, help them out with this printable handout.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - May 22, 2017
Otitis in cats may not be common in your veterinary clinic—but here's a quick update to prep for the next time you see a cat with itchy ears.
FIRSTLINE - May 09, 2017
Veterinary professionals, lend me your ear! Pain, otitis and anxiety are a combination not many want to mess with, but I’ve got some tips and tricks worth listening to.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 26, 2017
Your response? Try these communication remedies for at-home dermatologic treatments gleaned from Dr. Google. The goal: Help the pet without shaming the client.
VETTED - Apr 24, 2017
Although it's uncommon, you'll sometimes see a cat with signs of otitis externa. Use these practical tips so you're not fighting the allergies forever.
FIRSTLINE - Feb 16, 2017
Cytology slip-ups to avoid, biopsy tips to try and why you need to perform complete blood count and chemistry tests (even when the veterinary patient’s spirits and energy level are high).
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 04, 2017
We think Dale Carnegie would love this application of his philosophy to dermatologic disease in veterinary patients.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 30, 2016
Oh, those vexing veterinary dermatologic signs. Don't be fooled by them—examine samples first.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 24, 2016
These three skin diseases aren’t zebras—they're more like donkeys. Learn to recognize their “hoofbeats” so you don’t miss the diagnosis.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 03, 2016
From outside to inside, Drs. Darin Dell and Melissa Hall share what they're most excited about in veterinary dermatology now and in the not-so-distant future.
VETTED - Jul 19, 2016
Red, itchy skin is more than just an annoying problem. It negatively affects a dog’s quality of life and can lead to secondary infections. Fortunately, this overview of your therapeutic options and step-by-step treatment strategy can help you provide relief to your itchy patients—and as a bonus, this veterinary dermatologist throws in a few treatment tricks of the trade.