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Making Dermatology Visits Less Stressful with Dr. Lancellotti

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In this episode, host Dr. Katie Berlin, DVM, talks with Dr. Brittany Lancellotti, DVM, DACVD, about the intersection of dermatology and behavior and how more relaxed dermatology visits usually lead to better care. Dermatology often requires a thorough examination and cytology of sensitive areas, followed traditionally by topical treatments at home when pets are already uncomfortable. Dr. Lancellotti offers advice on how to keep pets as comfortable as possible before, during, and after these visits, including how to keep visits low-stress and work with pets at home.

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