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Mona Boord

DVM, Diplomate ACVD

boord3x41-36.jpg Dr. Mona Boord graduated from the University of California Davis in 1992. She completed her residency with Animal Dermatology Clinic and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) in 1997. She became an owner and board of director with the Animal Dermatology Clinics with the goal of improving the quality of life of her patients and their families by caring for and improving their skin conditions.

Dr. Boord's publications include contributing author of Kirk's Current Veterinary Therapy XIII, Current Therapy in Equine Medicine V, Small Animal Dermatology Secrets, and Veterinary Allergy, as well as publications in several veterinary journals.

She contributes training of dermatology to veterinarians as an Associate Professor at the Western University of Health Sciences, mentoring a residency program for the American College of Veterinary Dermatology, international speaking and assisting with teaching visiting veterinarians from abroad.

Outside of work, Dr. Boord enjoys competitive performance events with her own dogs including obedience, agility, herding, and tracking.
Animal Dermatology Clinic
5610 Kearny Mesa Road #B1
San Diego, California 92111
Phone: (858) 560-9393
Fax: (858) 560-0926
Email: infosandiego@adcmg.com

Success Stories

   

Before: Simba with almost complete hair loss and crusting noted.

After: Simba's coat returns after major immunesuppression and combination therapy for control.

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Pet of the Month

 

Dottie - is a rescue that now lives in Santa Monica, CA. She is also a patient at the Marina del Rey clinic.

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As specialists, we stay current on new research and treatments and are actively involved with the research. Our dermatology practice is not limited to small animals and we often have equine and occasionally exotic patients. Learn More >