Britt Levy, VMD, DACVD

Meet Dr. Levy


Dr. Levy began her studies at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, from which she graduated in 2015. She then continued her training with internships at BluePearl Pet Hospital in Michigan and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, followed by a 3-year residency in Veterinary Dermatology and Immunology at North Carolina State University.

Dr. Levy has a deep passion for research. Post-residency, she studied the translational aspects of human and canine autoimmune disease as a fellow in the lab of noted dermatologist, Dr. Aimee Payne, at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.

Prior to her career in veterinary medicine, Dr. Levy studied art history and Italian at Columbia University in New York.  She previously worked in diverse fields such as museum education, fine art and antique appraisal, and non-profits. Dr. Levy comes from a long line of teachers and as such, she is firmly dedicated to always providing an open, accessible, and stress-free client experience. Dr. Levy was born and raised in Philadelphia, where she currently lives with her husband, two pugs and two cats.

Meet Our Team


Practice  Manager


Veterinary Technician


Client Care Coordinator


Veterinary Technician


Client Care Coordinator


Client Care Coordinator


Client Care Coordinator

Our Services

We offer a broad range of dermatologic diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Conditions We Treat

  • Atopic dermatitis and otitis (allergic skin and ear disease)
  • Pyoderma (skin infections)
  • Otitis Externa (ear infections)
  • Pruritus (itch)
  • Foot/Claw/Nail Diseases
  • Papillomas (viral warts)
  • Fungal Disease/Ringworm
  • Autoimmune Skin Disease

Procedures We Perform

Allergy Testing & Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is a treatment for environmental allergies and is based on a skin or blood test. It can be administered subcutaneously as shots or sublingually as drops. Allergy shots/drops contain small amounts of relevant allergens, based on a pet’s test results, and gradually retrain their immune system to not react to these allergens anymore over time.

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Cryotherapy involves using liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy cells. This practice is most helpful for treatment of viral warts.

Electrocautery is the use of heat to cut through and remove unwanted tissue. It is very useful for removing small benign skin masses or “skin tags” without the need for anesthesia or sedation.

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Skin Biopsy

For some issues, a diagnosis can only be obtained by examining a sample of the skin under a microscope (often with the use of special stains). Patients are typically sedated and a small (6-8mm) sample of skin is removed under local anesthesia.The site is closed with sutures and patients go home the same day. These samples are then sent to a pathologist at the University of Pennsylvania with special expertise in Dermatopathology - results are returned within 7-10days.

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FluorescentLight Energy Therapy (PHOVIA)

PHOVIA involves use of a special full-spectrum, non-invasive, painless  fluorescent light device in combination with a light-activated gel to accelerate the skin’s natural healing process. This practice is best suited for “hot spots'' and non-healing wounds. See for more detailed information.

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