Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD, Veterinarian
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Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD


36 Mountainview Blvd Wayne NJ, 07470


Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD is a top Veterinarian in Wayne, NJ. With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD is a prime example of a true leader in health care. As a leader and expert in their field, Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Wayne, NJ, Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.

Education and Training

Wells College Bachelor’s in Biological and Chemical Sciences with a Biology concentration 0

St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) 0

Board Certification

board certified veterinary dermatologist

American College of Veterinary Dermatology (DACVD)

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Areas of expertise and specialization

Veterinary Dermatologist

Professional Memberships

  • American College of Veterinary Dermatology  
  • American Veterinary Medical Association  
  • Animal Dermatology Clinic  

Allison Inga, DVM, DACVD's Practice location

Animal Dermatology Clinic

36 Mountainview Blvd -
Wayne, NJ 07470
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New patients: 973-831-2383

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Bringing Relief to Animal Patients and Peace of Mind to Their Human Companions

Dr. Allison J. Inga, an esteemed member of Animal Dermatology Clinic – Wayne in New Jersey, brings a wealth of experience and a deep-rooted passion for veterinary dermatology. Her expertise promises to make a significant impact on both the clinic and the animals under their care. 

Originally from New York City, Dr. Inga’s journey towards becoming a board certified veterinary dermatologist has been nothing short of remarkable. After completing her undergraduate studies at Wells College, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological and Chemical Sciences with a concentration in Biology, she pursued her dream at St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada, West Indies. In January 2014, she was awarded her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and went on to complete her clinical rotations at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in Athens, Georgia.

Following the completion of her DVM, Dr. Inga embarked on a small animal rotating internship, gaining valuable experience in general practice and emergency medicine over the next two years. Her passion for dermatology led her to pursue further specialization, culminating in a rigorous 3-year dermatology residency training program at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. 

Dr. Inga’s dedication and commitment to her field were recognized when she achieved Diplomate status with the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (DACVD) in 2020. In addition, she is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and is dedicated to staying at the forefront of veterinary dermatology through ongoing education and training.

When she is not in the clinic, Dr. Inga enjoys spending quality time with her husband and their beloved four-legged companions. Her hobbies include reading, gardening, kayaking, and golfing, reflecting her love for the outdoors and a well-balanced lifestyle.

Animal Dermatology Clinic is thrilled to have Dr. Allison J. Inga on board and looks forward to the positive impact she will undoubtedly have on the clinic and the community as a whole.

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