Animal Skin & Allergy Clinic
16429 7th Pl W, Lynnwood, WA 98037
Fax Line: (425) 743-1843
Degree in Veterinary Medicine
14 Publications By Dr. Duclos
BS in Biology & Chemistry
Diplomate Am.College Vet Derm.
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Our dog Cooper, a Chihuahua-Rat Terrier mix, has had skin allergy issues ever since we rescued him (Got him through Ginger's Pet Rescue. He was living in a cupboard of an 87 year old widowed hoarder's house in Hollywood, CA). Our regular vet had recommended an allergy medication that had a low dose steroid to help manage the reaction. The medication didn't really help much and the steroid made him put on a lot of weight. That's when we contacted Dr. Duclos' office. He was very helpful. He took me through how the medication Cooper was currently on worked and WHY he shouldn't be on it long term (i.e. weight gain). He then proposed a couple different solutions and then made his recommendation as to which one we should start with. He prescribed a medication called Atopica which is designed to block the allergic reaction from occuring as opposed to the medication Cooper was taking before that was designed to help the body manage the reaction after it occured. The Atopica made an immediate difference and Cooper is feeling (and looking) much better. Thank you Dr. Duclos!
My four year old golden retriever has been a patient here for the last 1 1/2 years. After suffering from recurrent skin and ear infections for years, we were referred for allergy evaluation. After testing, Riley was put on allergy shots, medication, and regular bathing with antibacterial shampoo. It has made a world of difference in Riley, as he is now a happy, comfortable dog, no longer itching and biting his skin raw. Dr. Duclos and his staff are accessible and always take the time to explain everything. When Riley had a minor outbreak a few months ago, I was able to get him in immediately for treatment. I would highly recommend the Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic to all of my friends!
Really caring office. We took Tye (doberman) to two vets and no one could figure out what was wrong. He was scratching, wouldn't eat and losing hair. The vet at ASAC figured out it was two conditions - a skin problem and a thyroid problem. They took care of the skin problem and put him on thyroid pills. Now he has hair and is pretty happy (so am I - nothing uglier than a hairless doberman). ASAC is not cheap, but it would have been alot less expensive if I had taken him here in the first place!
We took Abby, our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic because she had glue ear in both of her ears. The Vet was super nice and took care of her the same day. The thing i liked the most about the visit was that they took a video of the procedure they did on my Abby's ears and showed it to me. The video was grose but i left with a good understanding of what they did and confidence in their work.