Adverse food reactions may accompany atopic dermatitis, therefore it is advisable to undertake a strict dietary trial first. Eliminate any other causes of pruritus for example fleas, parasitic, bacterial and yeast infections. Avoidance where possible of positive indoor/outdoor allergens. If no or partial response is seen, then an allergen–specific immunotherapy treatment may read more >>


Select an appropriate diet based on the positive IgE and IgG scores which avoids the problem foods. This should also include removing any treats and snacks that contain any offending foods read more >>

Malassezia, Sarcoptes and Staphylococcus Phage Lysate (SPL)®

Administration of SPL® therapy may be helpful where there are high levels of anti-staphylococcal IgE and a diagnosis of atopic dermatitis has been made. It may also be useful in cases of recurrent pyoderma, whether or not this is accompanied by high levels of antibody. It is not indicated where IgG antibodies are read more >>


Avacta Animal Health are proud to be working in partnership with Galileo Diagnostics (France) to offer Cyno-Dial® and Feli-Dial®; an innovative, unique test that assists in the selection of a veterinary prescribed diet for an elimination dietary trial. read more >>