This is a free (with donation to charity) class taught by a veterinarian about feeding your pet for a long, healthy life. How can you tell if a food is really all natural and healthy? Don’t be fooled by today’s tricky marketing tactics – you can’t believe everything you read on a label! Many long time trusted brand names aren’t what they used to be. Learn how to read a pet food label, and why natural foods are imperative for long term health. Learn the truths versus the myths in the pet nutrition world. This class is sure to be an eye opener! Free food samples will be given out.
(Note: This is an educational event; it is not sponsored.)
Dr. Sandra Miller, DVM of the Animal Rehab Center in Castle Rock, CO
Certified in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation
Certified in Veterinary Massage/Rehabilitation Therapy
Special Interest in Nutrition/Whole Food Health
Call 303-972-1926 to reserve your space today!
Dr. Sandra Miller is a 1994 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. In January of 1999, she opened Creature Comforts House Call Veterinary Service. The benefits of house calls for animals, pet owner and veterinarian are abundant.
In December of 2000, Dr. Miller completed her certification in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy. This course also piqued her interest in pet nutrition. There are a number of common pet illnesses that can be controlled or cured with proper nutrition. Such an easy solution, with so many rewards!
In July of 2003, Dr. Miller completed her certification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy. Both of the certification programs were completed through The Healing Oasis Wellness School in Sturtevant, WI. The courses are accredited and approved by the Wisconsin Educational Approval Board. Over the next several years, Dr. Miller expanded her knowledge in nutrition, whole food supplements, therapeutic essential oils and flower essence therapies. Although she still offers western medicine to clients, she prefers to lean towards a natural option when possible.
In July of 2009, Dr. Miller completed her certificate in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Herbal Therapy, through A Time To Heal Herbs, in Wonder Lake, IL. Traditional Chinese medicine is an ancient therapy, still used in many countries. It works to get to the root cause of a symptom, and works to heal the body as a whole.
Dr. Miller participates in community service by performing spay/neuter surgeries at Lakeland Animal Welfare Society in Walworth County, as well as, offering a Low Cost Spay/Neuter program through her office for financially challenged families.