Atlanta Veterinary Skin & Allergy Clinic, PC

2293 Brockett Road
Tucker, GA 30084


Patricia White, DVM, MS

Patricia White, DVM, MS
Diplomate ACVD

Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist

Dr. Patricia White has received over twelve years of academic and professional training.  She received her BS degree from the University of Georgia in 1977 and is a 1983 graduate of Tuskegee University's School of Veterinary Medicine (DVM degree). After graduation, she completed a 13-month small animal internship at Michigan State University then returned to Tuskegee's School of Veterinary Medicine where she served on the small animal medicine faculty for three years. She completed a three year dermatology residency training and Master's degree program at The Ohio State University in 1990, then was awarded a two-year Merck, Inc. research fellowship, which allowed her to continue clinical fatty acid research initiated during her residency.  Dr. White is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American College of  Veterinary Dermatology. She has authored numerous articles for both veterinary journals and lay publications, and enjoys lecturing nationally and internationally. Dr. White is owner and founder of the Atlanta Veterinary Skin & Allergy Clinic, a private dermatology and allergy referral practice established in Atlanta, GA in 1992. She is a member of the AVMA, AAVD, ACVD, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, and a board member and Past President of the Greater Atlanta Veterinary Medical Society.  She has had numerous occasions to consult with the veterinarians at Zoo Atlanta on specific dermatologic problems there.  Her professional special interests include ear disease, use of lasers in veterinary dermatology,  management of allergic disorders, feline dermatologic disorders, and nutritional therapies for skin disease. In 2018 she took the intensive Veterinary Acupuncture course and the Dermatology and Immune Mediated Disease Food Therapy course at the world reknowned Chi Institute so that she could officially add Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) principles to her  Veterinary Dermatology toolbelt.  Dr. White often incorporates acupuncture, food therapy and/or herbal medicines into prescribed treatment regimens in order to achieve optimal results in her patients.

In her spare time, Dr. White enjoys traveling, scuba diving,  playing in the dirt  (gardening), working with clay, and clay work designs.