Dr. Paul Bloom – Dermatology

About Paul Bloom, Dipl., ACVD and Dipl., ABVP

Dr. Paul Bloom with wife, dog, and horse

Dr. Paul Bloom, Dipl., ACVD and Dipl., ABVP, Canine and Feline Specialty obtained his DVM with high honors from Michigan State University in 1976 and has worked in small animal medicine ever since. He obtained board certification in the American board of veterinary practitioners in 1984 and became Michigan's FIRST board-certified veterinary dermatologist in full-time private practice in 2001 when he became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. In 2016, he became a certified Fear Free practitioner. Dr Bloom also serves as adjunct faculty at the MSU veterinary college. Some veterinary students spend their dermatology rotation at the Allergy, Skin and Ear Clinic for Pets, and he regularly visits the campus to work and interact with students and staff. He has lectured at numerous state, national and international conferences and has written many book chapters. He serves on the scientific program committee for the ACVD and is a reviewer the professional journals Veterinary Dermatology, The Veterinary Journal, Irish Veterinary Journal, Journal of Small Animal Practice, - Journal of the AVMA and the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. When he's not working, Dr B spends his time playing hockey or relaxing at home in rural Northfield Township, Michigan with his wife and "menagerie" of animals which currently include; 3 horses, 2 mini-donkeys, 1 goat, 2 sheep, 4 cats and 1 dog.

Presentation Synopsis

1. Management of Atopic Dermatitis
2. Diagnosis And Management Of Otitis Externa In The Real World
3. Appropriate Antibiotic Use In Small Animal Dermatology
4. Quick, Easy and Profitable Dermatologic Tests For Small Animal Practice
5. Cutaneous Adverse Food Reactions In Dogs
6. The latest in diagnosis and treatment of Malassezia dermatitis in dogs