Few things can be more frustrating than trying to cope with a pet experiencing dermatological problems.
They feel miserable and it can take significant diligence on your part to get to the bottom of what is the cause, and more importantly, what needs to be done to find relief. Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Norma White-Weithers brings her extensive experience to bear to help your pet.
Dr. White-Weithers is a Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist. She graduated from Tuskegee University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and a Masters degree in Animal Nutrition. During her Residency at the University of Georgia, she was awarded a fellowship to the University of Miami Medical School. This allowed her to broaden her knowledge in Comparative Dermatology. After completing her residency, she returned to Tuskegee University as an Assistant professor where she achieved tenure-ship.
Dr. White-Weithers has been practicing dermatology on Long Island for the past 7 years and has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to her practice. She is presently the secretary of the Long Island Veterinary Medical Association and has functioned in this capacity for the past 3 terms. She treats all aspects of dermatological diseases, but she has special interest in autoimmune and ear disease of the dog and cat.