Veterinary Allergy & Dermatology Services
We specialize in the treatment of skin, hair, ear and allergy problems of dogs and cats. When appropriate, we offer allergy testing, laser surgery, skin biopsies, video otoscopy, ear cleanings, and necessary blood work. We consider all aspects of a pet's health when recommending tests and treatments.
Our hours are Tuesday thru Friday 9am-5:30pm and two Saturdays a month, 9am-1pm. We also see appointments in Corvallis one Friday a month. Please call (541) 988-5458 or EMAIL for more info or to schedule an appointment.
Also the home of See Spot Run Rehab. Visit their website here:
http://www.seespotrunrehab.com or call Dr. Iverson at 541-514-5061
About Dr. Patricia Ashley-DeVore:
Dr. Ashley-DeVore, DVM, Diplomat, American College of Veterinary Dermatology serves the Willamette Valley, Central Oregon and other surrounding areas of Oregon.
Dr. Trish Ashley-DeVore earned her veterinary degree at Cornell University in 1989. After an internship and several years in general practice, she did a dermatology residency at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (the land of fungus and Elvis). Dr. Ashley-DeVore moved to Eugene, OR, in 1999 after finishing the residency and completing dermatology board exams.
Dr. Ashley-DeVore worked with Oregon Veterinary Referral Associates from 1999 to 2003. Since 2003, she has run her own clinic, Veterinary Allergy & Dermatology in Springfield, OR. She has also treated patients in the Bend and Portland areas, including working with Dr. Tony Yu from 2001 to 2004. When not at work or walking the dogs, Trish is usually riding her bicycle on the beautiful Oregon backroads.
Why is my veterinarian recommending we see a dermatologist?
Skin disorders are extremely common in dogs and cats, and they often manifest in the same way for different underlying causes.
The most common reason for skin problems in our pets is an underlying allergy. Sometimes it takes multiple visits to your veterinarian to diagnose and treat the problem. This can be time consuming, expensive, and frustrating for everyone involved. If your veterinarian recommends referral to a dermatologist, it is because he or she forsees a chronic or serious issue that is best dealt with by a specialist.
What is a veterinary dermatologist?
Veterinary dermatologists are veterinarians who have had specialty training, often at a university, for 2-3 years after veterinary school, and have passed a certification exam given by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. They are well versed in animal skin disease and also in teaching pet owners about dealing with their pet's skin problems.