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Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic

4444 Trinity Mills Rd Ste 101 Dallas TX 75287
(972) 267-3800
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The Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic serves animals and pet owners in the Dallas/Fort Worth and north Texas area for the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases of animals. We focus on your pets skin and ear problems. Contact us if you have an itchy pet.246020ATTR:PROFESSIONAL GROOMINGVACCINES

Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic practices at 4444 Trinity Mills Road, Suite 101, Dallas, TX 75287.

Veterinarians offer general and emergency pet care services. Some veterinarians offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic in Dallas, TX, please call (972) 267-3800 for more...

Welcome to the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic, serving animals and pet owners in the Dallas/Fort Worth and north Texas area!
We are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases of animals. The board certified dermatologists at the Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic focus on your pet?s skin and ear problems.
Located with four other specialty groups in Dallas at the Veterinary...

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Linda S
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June 25, 2010
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Dr Dana Liska will jeopardize your pet's health

Do not recommend unless you plan to have to put your pet to sleep by their lack of care! Dr. Dana A. Liska is the worst, most egotistical veterinarian I have ever experienced. Our cat was suffering from a severe allergic reaction to something environmental. We had been a patient of Dr Garfield's for the last year and found that the only thing working for our cat was depomedrol shots every 6 weeks.

After one six week period, Dr Garfield was unavailable so Dr Dana Liska took our cat in. She changed her entire routine, wanted to change all her medication, and start all over after two years of dealing with our cat's problem. She lied to my husband and told him he gave her a depomedrol shot when we actually found out on the paperwork she gave her an antibiotic shot. She put our cat on Neoral which is an immune depressant. Of course, we realized whatever they did made out cat worse and requested her records. When we researched what Dr Dana Liska gave our cat, we were furious. Why would you prescribe a immune depressant when our cat needs to be fighting off the allergens attacking her? We called the clinic back and they said we can come up to get our cat's usual depomedrol shot. When I arrived for the shot, they took my cat and came back 15 minutes later to tell me they were not going to give her the depomedrol shot and wanted to do additional tests. I said absolutely not and we were here for the depomedrol shot only. Dr Liska changed our "drop off" for a shot to be a full fledged appointment. I left furious with no care for my cat. We couldn't get the one thing that worked to relieve our cat’s pain. We couldn't get an appointment with Dr Garfield because she flagged our cat's medical records to be redirected to her anytime we called. We may have to put the cat down thanks to Dr. Liska.

If you don't want to jeopardize your pet's health, I recommend staying away from Dr. Dana A. Liska.

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Dr. Dana A. Liska responds: I feel deeply disappointed that a client left my office feeling so utterly disappointed regarding my recommendations for her pet. One of my responsibilities is to effectively communicate the advantages and disadvantages of treatment recommendations and formulate a treatment plan that is effective, has a low risk of side effects and is acceptable to the pet’s care giver. I am sorry that I did not complete this responsibility with this client. I also have a responsibility for my patient’s overall well being. I stand behind my medical recommendations and have support from both the veterinary and human literature for recommending cyclosporine for an atopic patient. From a recent publication: The efficacy of cyclosporine A in cats with presumed atopic dermatitis: a double blind, randomised prednisolone-controlled study. Wisselink et al. Vet J. 2009 Apr;180(1):55-9. “The conclusion was that CsA is an effective alternative to prednisolone therapy in cats with presumed atopic dermatitis.” Treatment of canine atopic dermatitis: 2010 clinical practice guidelines from the International Task Force on Canine Atopic Dermatitis. Olivery et al. Vet Dermatol. 2010 Jun;21(3):233-48. “The severity of pruritus and skin lesions can be reduced with a combination of anti-inflammatory drugs. Currently, medications with good evidence of high efficacy include … oral ciclosporin (cyclosporine) and topical tacrolimus.” From Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine, 6th Edition (the leading text book for human dermatology): page 1192: “Treatment with cyclosporine is associated with reduced skin disease and an improved quality of life”. I would like to assure the public that I would never prescribe a medication for a patient that I would not be completely willing to give my own pets. I truly regret disappointed that a veterinary client patient relationship has ended in this manner. I will continue to recommend and provide only the very best care for my patients.

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Dr crow is great with the animals!!!!

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Dr Garfield and his assistant Tami are awesome. They treated my dog for his allergies for 5 years. He was a very allergic dog and had to have injections once a week. Whenever he would have a flare up, all I had to do was email Tami and she…

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Animal Dermatology Referral Clinic can be found at Trinity Mills Rd 4444. The following is offered: Animal Services. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Dallas there are 7 other Animal Services. An overview can be found here.

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