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Colleen Mendelsohn

DVM, Diplomate ACVD

mendelsohn-6x8-40.jpg Dr. Colleen Mendelsohn is a 1997 graduate of UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and received Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 2004.
After graduation from UC Davis, Dr. Mendelsohn completed an internship with the Animal Emergency Clinic and Animal Specialty Group in San Diego. She later practiced general medicine before starting her residency with the Animal Dermatology Clinic in 2000. Her love and appreciation of the human-animal bond is what drew Dr. Mendelsohn to this specialty. In her words, "The conditions we treat often require good long term relationships with patients and owners, which affords me the opportunity to be part of that special relationship that develops between humans and pets."

Another opportunity that Dr. Mendelsohn enjoys is the training of veterinary students, helping these students appreciate the hidden complexities of dermatologic disease.
Animal Dermatology Clinic
2965 Edinger Ave
Tustin, California 92780
Phone: (949) 936-0066
Fax: (949) 936-0071
Email: infotustin@adcmg.com
Animal Dermatology Clinic - Ontario
2409 S. Vineyard Ave. Suite M
Ontario, California 91761
Phone: 909-218-8288
Fax: 909-218-8294
Email: infoontario@adcmg.com
Web Site: www.animaldermatology.com

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Before: Donkey was so itchy she rubbed her coat off

After: Relief after allergy shots within months. She is now comfortable and her coat is restored.

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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 >