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Welcome to The Skin Vet
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Are you coming to your FIRST consultation to see the team?

Simply download our initial consultation form and bring it with you to your first visit with us.
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What kind of diseases does The Skin Vet treat?

  • Allergies – red, itchy skin, scratching, sneezing, runny eyes & constant paw licking
  • Troublesome, painful or recurring ear infections
  • Problems with parasites – fleas, ticks and mites
  • Skin cancers
  • Hair loss disorders
  • Nail problems

Essential Forms

Client First Visit Form Vet Referral Letter Form

Where are we?

Facebook – The Skin Vet

  • 4 days ago by The Skin Vet

    The Skin Vet
    This month The Skin Vet would like to give a huge welcome to Estelle, an extremely experienced and warm hearted veterinarian with a passion for dermatology. She will be spending every Thursday with us for the next 12 months. Debbie, Estelle and Bronnie did a very satisfying ear flush on Duke on Thursday and removed a lot of material from his ears which had been bothering him for some time. Duke was a great patient and is feeling much better now his ears are squeaky clean!
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Registration

Dr Debbie Simpson is a Registered Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology.

How is The Skin Vet different to my general practitioner?

The Skin Vet is a specialist practice which only sees referral cases. We are highly trained and skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of skin and ear disease, including (but not limited to) allergic diseases, immune-mediated conditions, congenital and hereditary conditions, neoplasia and infectious diseases. All members of our team are committed to undergo continuing education courses every year to make sure we remain at the forefront of our field

Dermatology News

  • Demodex and Mites in Dogs

Demodex Mites and Dogs

March 6th, 2016|0 Comments

The signs of a demodex infection are hair loss, crusting or scaling of the skin, especially around the eyes, mouth and paws, and sometimes red lumps (papules), pimples (pustules) and deep draining sores. Another sign [...]

  • Ringworm in dogs and cats

Ringworm in dogs and cats

March 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Dermatophytosis is the medical name for ringworm.  Ringworm is a contagious disease that animals get from each other, from humans or from the environment (soil or dust and hair).  One variety is carried by rats [...]