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VERG Brooklyn Dermatology

Veterinary care has come a long way in recent years, and today’s animal patients can benefit from a wide range of diagnostic and treatment options. At VERG, we pride ourselves on providing great veterinary dermatology care for all our patients.

Dermatology is the branch of veterinary medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders in animals. At VERG, we are proud to offer a comprehensive range of veterinary dermatology services. Our experienced pet dermatologist team can provide everything from routine skincare to the diagnosis and treatment of more serious conditions. We understand that your pet’s skin is important to their overall health and well-being, so we take a holistic approach to all of our cases. Whether your pet is suffering from allergies, infections, or something more serious, we will work with you to find the best possible solution. Contact us today to book an appointment.


Treatment of acute and chronic dermatological diseases.

  • Diagnosis
  • Short and long-term treatment plans
  • Co-management of cases with referring veterinarians

Diagnostic workups

  • Environmental and food allergies
  • Chronic otitis
  • Cutaneous immune-mediated diseases
  • Infectious and parasitic skin disorders
  • Endocrine disorders

Advanced imaging, including CT scans

  • Intradermal allergy testing
  • Immunotherapy
  • Video otoscopy
  • Myringotomy
  • Skin biopsy
  • Cryotherapy

Skin and allergy concerns are a common and often frustrating reason that owners seek veterinary care.

While sometimes easily recognizable, there are many underlying causes that may be responsible for your pet’s discomfort. Diagnosis and management of these conditions can prove challenging for even the most experienced veterinarian. In these instances, your primary care veterinarian may refer you to a board-certified veterinary dermatologist.

Board-certified veterinary dermatologists have specialized expertise and training in the diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant disorders of the skin, hair, ears, and nails. Veterinary dermatologists may treat a range of issues, from chronic ear infections and adverse food reactions to environmental allergies and complicated bacterial infections.


At your pet’s initial dermatology appointment, we will perform an examination, evaluate their medical history, and discuss an overall plan. Initial diagnostics and treatments may also begin. Our team will continue to work closely with you and your primary care provider to guide you through diagnosis and subsequent treatment/follow-up.