Does your pet’s itching go beyond the occasional head, ear or body scratching? Your constant companion could be experiencing allergies that can be caused by fleas, food, or environmental irritants. In the Foley and Orange Beach areas of Alabama, there are many substances in our environment such as pollen, grass, and dust that may cause your pet to suffer from an allergic reaction. Fortunately, the compassionate doctor at Gulf Coast Veterinary Hospital can determine what may be causing your pet to itch, and treat them to make them comfortable again!

Dr. Keith Brown travels across the country each year to attend lectures and educational seminars to ensure our hospital offers the safest and most effective treatments available in veterinary medicine. As a result, the most advanced veterinary dermatology practices and medications are available at our clinic. Sublingual immunotherapy (often referred to as “allergy shots”), janus kinase inhibitors and monoclonal antibody therapies are commonly used to treat our dermatology patients, in conjunction with medicated bathing and diet food changes as necessary.

Dr. Brown and his experienced staff at Gulf Coast Veterinary Hospital have brought relief from itching to numerous pets in the Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, and Foley areas, and they will bring this same level of compassion and care to your furry family member. If you feel your precious pet may be suffering from an allergic condition, please call one of our caring team members to schedule a dermatology consultation today!

At Gulf Coast Veterinary Hospital, we strive to give your pet the best care possible to ensure they leave happy and healthy after each visit.

Contact Info

24001 Canal Road
Orange Beach, AL 36561
(251) 974-5633
Monday - Friday
7:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday - Sunday

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