Our clinic, in operation since 1995, serves animals and pet owners in the Kansas City metro area and throughout the Midwest. VADC is an independent practice located within the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Clinic (VSEC/BluePearl) building. Dr. David Senter and Dr. Michelle LeRoy and their team of experienced technicians work together with the referring veterinarian, and if necessary, the other specialists in our building in order to create the best treatment plan for our patients. We strive to keep your pet as comfortable as possible while determining the ROOT cause of your pet's skin or ear problem.
Dr. Senter and Dr. LeRoy are the only Board Certified dermatologists in the Kansas City metro area.
Veterinary dermatologists specialize in allergies and all diseases of the skin, hair, nails, and ears. Routine services provided include complete dermatologic examination, cytologic evaluations, skin scrapings, hair examinations, and fungal or bacterial cultures. Advanced diagnostics include intradermal allergy testing, skin and nail biopsies, histopathology, cryosurgery, video otoscopy with deep ear canal and ear drum evaluations, and carbon dioxide laser surgery. General veterinary services, such as routine health care and vaccinations, are not available. Equine patients are typically seen at your barn, or at one of our haul in facilities in the area.
Information Before & After Your Visit
Many of the questions you might have can be answered by clicking the links on the top or left side of this page. Whether it's to understand detailed definitions on different dermatology services, or information about our policies, we hope this website provides the answers you seek.
Can't find the answers to your questions? Feel free to call our professionally trained and expert staff who are waiting to give you and your pet the best experience possible. (913) 381-3937
Kansas City Pet Dermatology Tip
Pollen season starts in late February with tree pollen, followed by grass pollen in May, and then weed season in August. However, dust mites are the most common thing that dogs and cats are allergic to and are present indoors, year round.