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Jennifer Matousek

DVM, MS, DACVD
Dr. Matousek
Veterinary Specialist
Dermatology
Availability: Monday and Wednesday
Dr. Matousek

At a Glance

Board Certified:

Dermatology

Specialties Include:

Total management of allergies
Autoimmune skin diseases
Alopecias
Chronic pyoderma
Otitis

My Pets:

Lily - Dog
Penny & Twinkles - Cats

Dr. Matousek received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Michigan State University and completed her dermatology residency at the University of Illinois, where she also served on for three years as a clinical instructor. Dr. Matousek has served on several committees for the ACVD including the exam committee and she is currently on the executive board of the ACVD. She is also a member of the Chicagoland Veterinary Dermatology Group.

Dr. Matousek offers total management of allergies including skin testing, serum testing and allergen-specific immunotherapy, as well as diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune skin diseases, alopecias, and chronic or recurrent pyoderma, otitis and pododermatitis.

Dermatology

Welcome to VCA Aurora's Dermatology Department!

Skin problems are some of the most common reasons owners bring their pet to the veterinarian. Most routine skin problems can be handled by your primary care veterinarian. However, certain skin problems can be challenging to diagnose and treat, and the help of a specialist may be required. Dr. Matousek and Dr. Simpson's primary focus is to improve your pet's quality of life by providing effective treatment and supportive services. 

While it is important to realize that your pet's skin problems, especially those that have been developing over a period of time, often aren't solvable overnight, most can be made much more manageable with the help of a specialist.

Services provided by our Board Certified Dermatologists:
Diagnosis & Management of Skin & Ear Infections 
Complete Management of Environmental Allergies, Food Allergies, & Flea Allergy Dermatitis
Intradermal & Serum Allergy Testing for Environmental Allergies
Therapies for Environmental Allergies Including Allergen Specific Subcutaneous Immunotherapy & Sublingual Immunotherapy 
Diagnosis & Management of Parasitic Dermatology Disorders, Hair Loss Disorders (Alopecias), Autoimmune/Immune Mediated Skin Diseases, Fungal Infections, & Endocrine Diseases
Otoendoscopy for the Diagnosis & Management of Ear Disease, Ear Flush Procedures, & Ear Canal Biopsies
Skin Biopsy with Histopathology for Diagnosis of Skin Disease

Did You Know?

Dogs suffer from seasonal allergies just like people, but unlike us, they tend to scratch rather than sneeze when they are allergic to something.

Atopy (allergic inhalant dermatitis) occurs in approximately 10% to 15% of the dog population, usually starting between the ages of 1 and 3 years. Pets can even be allergic to the skin dander from other pets in the same household!

If you believe your pet is in need of a veterinary dermatologist, talk to your VCA vet or find a VCA board certified veterinary dermatologist near you.

Dermatology Welcome Letter & History Form
Please read our Welcome Letter to better understand what to expect on your first visit and how we can help you and your pet. Please complete this form prior to your appointment with Dermatology, and bring it with you to your appointment.  

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Download Dermatology Welcome Letter & History Form

 
VCA Aurora Animal Hospital

2600 West Galena Blvd.

Aurora, IL 60506

Main: 630-301-6100

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Emergency and Specialty Hours:

Emergency/ Critical Care open 24/7.
Specialty Services available Monday-Friday depending on department.

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