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Casillas Veterinary Hospitals

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2437 W Whittier Blvd
Montebello, CA 90640
Phone: (323) 726-1525

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Monday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
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Saturday9:00am5:00pm
Sunday9am-12pm1pm-4pm
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Pet Dermatology Services with Our Veterinarian in Montebello, Lynwood, and East Los Angeles

Pets can surprise you, and not always in good ways. One minute your dog or cat appears perfectly healthy and happy; the next minute he's chewing or licking a hot spot, rash, welt, or other skin condition. Some of these conditions are not just uncomfortable but also potentially dangerous to your pet's long-term well-being. That's why you want to bring your suffering friend to Casillas Veterinary Hospitals, proud providers of pet dermatology services for Montebello, Lynwood, and East Los Angeles.

small dog being examined by its veterinarian

Potential Causes of Your Pet's Distress

Your pet's skin is subject to irritation, injury, or illness from a number of interiors and exterior threats. Conditions that often plague pets include:

  • Skin irritation - Fleas and ticks are especially notorious for cause pet skin irritation. The saliva in their bites causes redness, swelling, and itching that may cause a bite to bite or bite the area, aggravating it into a "hot spot" and possibly triggering an infection.
  • Hair loss - Hair loss and skin trouble are frequently related. Ringworm (caused by a fungus) and sarcoptic mange (caused by mites) can create bald spots on your pet's body. An older, sedentary pet can even develop bald spots on the areas from constant contact with the floor or bedding.
  • Rash - A rash on your pet's skin may be caused by exposure to a harsh or corrosive substance such as road salt, poison ivy, industrial chemicals, and sometimes shampoo.
  • Allergies - While direct skin contact with an allergen can cause a reaction on the skin, many pets' skin symptoms actually stem from allergies to certain foods.
  • Lumps - If you feel a lump on your pet's body, you need to get it checked out. Most lumps turn out to be benign growths, but some can be cancerous.

Casillas Veterinary Hospitals Can Help

Casillas Veterinary Hospitals can get to the root of your pet's skin symptoms and offer safe, effective solutions. Lumps are usually removed just to play it safe (and to run tests on the tissue). Painful, itchy rashes, infections, and hot spots can be treated with soothing topical or oral medications. Flea and tick treatments can rid your pet of another cause of skin irritation. If we suspect an allergy, we will administer testing to isolate the offending allergen and prescribe the proper course of care, from antihistamines to special diets.

Call Casillas Veterinary Hospitals to Schedule an Appointment for Pet Skin Care

Don't let your pet's skin problem get worse and worse -- nip it in the bud at Casillas Veterinary Hospitals. Call our Lynwood office at (323)566-4177, our East LA office at (323)721-2244, and our Montebello office at (323) 726-1525 to schedule the diagnostic testing and skin care your beloved friend needs and deserves!

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"Dr. Casillas and Staff, Thank you for taking care of me during more than eleven years!" —Bony and His Owners

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Casillas Veterinary Hospitals
2437 W Whittier Blvd
Montebello, CA 90640
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  • Phone: (323) 726-1525

Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Thursday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Friday8am-12pm2pm-5:30pm
Saturday9:00am5:00pm
Sunday9am-12pm1pm-4pm


East Los Angeles Dog and Cat Hospital
5655 Whittier Blvd
East Los Angeles, CA 90022
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  • Phone: 323-721-2244

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Thursday 8am-12pm Closed
Friday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Saturday 9am-12pm Closed
Sunday Closed Closed


Lynwood Dog and Cat Hospital
10300 Long Beach Blvd
Lynwood, CA 90262
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  • Phone: 323-566-4177

Day Morning Afternoon
Monday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Tuesday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Wednesday 9am-12pm Closed
Thursday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Friday 8am-12pm 2pm-5:30pm
Saturday 9am-12pm Closed
Sunday Closed Closed


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