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CYTOPOINT is now approved for the treatment of allergic dermatitis! Learn more
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Before Treatment

After Cytopoint

CYTOPOINT® is effective and safe in dogs younger than 12 months1

Veterinarian: Dr Mary Schick, Atlanta Veterinary Specialists®, Atlanta, GA

Roscoe, at just 7 months, already had a history of canine atopic dermatitis

Presentation and history

Roscoe arrived wearing socks and not one, but two Elizabethan collars. Despite this protection, he was completely preoccupied with the need to scratch himself. Even though his hind paws were covered with socks, they were red and inflamed. Many treatments had failed, including multiple antimicrobials, ivermectin, lime dips and a diet trial. The owners reported that Roscoe’s itch problem was having a negative effect on the whole family.

Roscoe itchy and inflamed paw Roscoe with socks on his paws

Roscoe’s CYTOPOINT treatments gave this young dog long-lasting itch relief

Treatment decision

Dr Schick administered CYTOPOINT, and gave Roscoe another treatment 34 days after the first injection.

CYTOPOINT treatment result

Roscoe’s second treatment with CYTOPOINT lasted nearly 10 weeks. About 5 weeks after the injection, Roscoe presented for a bath, but he did not need another injection at that point. At 72 days, he was just beginning to chew his feet again. He no longer required any prescription drugs, E-collars, or socks.

Roscoe’s happy again after CYTOPOINT Roscoe’s happy with his family after CYTOPOINT

“[Roscoe’s owner] is very excited. Roscoe’s response to treatment with CYTOPOINT…had such a profound effect on their family’s life!”
— Dr Mary Schick, 5/18/16

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Indications: CYTOPOINT has been shown to be effective for the treatment of dogs against allergic dermatitis and atopic dermatitis.