Jon D. Plant, DVM, DACVD
Resistant pyoderma (Proceedings)
Resident bacteria are normal inhabitants and are able to grow on normal skin.
Pediatric dermatology (Proceedings)
The skin and hair of newborn dogs and cats undergoes significant change between birth and six months of age.
Nail disease (Proceedings)
Diseases primarily affecting the nails and nail folds are relatively uncommon in dogs and cats.
Three species of fungi are responsible for most cases of dermatophytosis in dogs and cats.
Malassezia otitis (Proceedings)
Malassezia spp. are second only to Staphylococcus in terms of the frequency recovered from canine ear cultures.