Veterinary Professionals

Veterinary Professionals

With allergic disease affecting up to 10-30% of dogs1, 10-20% of cats1-3 and 10-50% of horses4-6, we’re here to help you make allergy cases a success in your practice.

  • Evidence-based test and therapy solutions
  • Species specific tests for dogs, cats and horses
  • Dedicated technical team supported by dermatology consultants
  • Informative, easy to use pet owner resources
  • Comprehensive and practical veterinary literature
  • Wealth of educational and training resources
Animal Allergy

We understand that diagnosing and managing allergy cases can be a challenge in a busy practice, and work closely with veterinary professionals to reach lifelong solutions for their allergy patients.

 

Helping you and your clients understand allergy is a key part of what we do.

Animal Allergy

We understand that diagnosing and managing allergy cases can be a challenge in a busy practice, and work closely with veterinary professionals to reach lifelong solutions for their allergy patients.

 

Helping you and your clients understand allergy is a key part of what we do.

References

  1. Marsella R and De Benedetto A. Atopic Dermatitis in Animals and People: An Update and Comparative Review. Veterinary sciences 2017; 4: 37.
  2. Llewellyn-Zaidi AM, Evans KM, O’Neill DG et al. Large-scale survey to estimate the prevalence of disorders for 192 Kennel Club registered breeds. Canine Genetics and Epidemiology 2017; 4:8.
  3. Ravens PA, Xu BJ, Vogelnest LJ. Feline atopic dermatitis: a retrospective study of 45 cases (2001-2012). Vet Dermatol. 2014; 25:95-102.
  4. Davis, K.U., Sheats, M.K. (2019). Bronchoalveolar Lavage Cytology Characteristics and Seasonal Changes in a Herd of Pastured Teaching Horses. Front. Vet. Sci.; 6:74.
  5. Ziegler, A., Hamza, E., Jonsdottir, S. et al. (2018). Longitudinal analysis of allergen-specific IgE and IgG subclasses as potential predictors of insect bite hypersensitivity following first exposure to Culicoides in Icelandic horses. Vet. Dermatol.; 29(1): 51-e22.
  6. McCaig, J. (1973). A survey to establish the incidence of sweet itch in ponies in the United Kingdom. Vet. Rec.; 93: 444-6.