Miami, Florida (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Does your dog or cat experience incessant scratching, biting or licking? They may be suffering from a variety of dermatologic issues in which there is only one answer: to visit the appropriate veterinary specialist. For this reason, Pet Dermatology of South Florida (PDSF) can address all of your pet’s skin problems. With the great care that Pet Dermatology of South Florida offers, you can finally end the frustrations that many people encounter when their pets suffer from chronic skin conditions.
Pet Dermatology of South Florida, founded by Dr. Danielle James in 2013, is a specialty practice, exclusively limited to the care of dermatology-related conditions. Pets are seen regularly with allergies, itching, and acute and chronic skin, hair, ear and claw diseases. Dr. James provides state-of-the-art dermatology care for all patients with the most current diagnostics and therapies available. All patients are referred back to their regular veterinarian for non-dermatological matters.
Dr. James is just one of 250 Board-Certified Veterinary Dermatologists in North America. She achieved board certification in Veterinary Dermatology in 2010, and worked for the prestigious Animal Dermatology Clinic in San Diego. She moved back to her native city of Miami in 2011, and prior to opening her own practice, she served as the dermatologist at several Banfield Pet Hospitals throughout South Florida. Dr. James participated as an investigator in a clinical trial of a new allergy medication, and served as a mentor to dermatology residents and senior veterinary students from Western University Veterinary School. At this time, Dr. James lectures to local veterinary practitioners for continuing education, and is the Chairperson of the Credentials Committee for the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD).
Currently, Dr. James is seeing dermatology patients out of her main office in Kendall on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and out of Miami Beach on Mondays. She will also be giving a lecture to local Veterinarians at the Bank United Center in Coral Gables April 2nd, 2014 at 7 pm. The topic will be: “Diagnosis and Treatment of Methicillin Resistant Skin Infections” sponsored by Dechra Veterinary Products for Continuing Education credits. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Edward Caballero at Edward.email@example.com. If you are interested in a dermatology examination and consultation for your pet, or know anyone that needs dermatological services, please call the main office in Kendall at (305) 338-2024 or the Miami Beach satellite office at (305) 343-6558. For more information, you may also visit Pet Dermatology of South Florida on the web at http://www.petdermatologysouthflorida.com.