About Dr. Marie
I am a strong advocate for rebuilding dogs from the inside out and for keeping our aging canine athletes running with as little medication as possible!
After years of work with athletic horses, I realized that we should be using all of the same kinds of non-drug therapy for dogs. There is so much more we can do!
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner
Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner
Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist
Certified Animal Chiropractic Care
Certified Stem Cell Therapy Provider
Certified Nutritional Counselor
Growing up my family had a wild collection of pets: dogs, cats, horses, birds, fish, guinea pigs, rabbits, lizards, chinchillas – even a large donkey!
In college, I started studying animals more closely. I took all the science, animal, and language classes I could get my hands on, and soon found my true creative work.
I eventually became an equine vet, I spend time with olympic level horses doing their body work with chiropractic care, acupuncture, and lameness evaluations as well as non-drug pain management options, like: injections for joint care, stem cell therapy, and shockwave therapy.
This showed me how much better we can manage physical health and pain for dogs.
a brief look at my journey
dogs can come back to full lives without having to take tons of medications.
In the dog world, pet parents and even vets often skip physical recovery and just focus on limiting pain. My approach is to go beyond surface-level symptom treatment. I want to improve your dog’s quality of life.
To keep athletes healthy - we must restore them from the in inside out.
Understanding pain taught me the root causes of pain and how to address them effectively. I’ve learned that those old slow dogs are not so “old,” they’re often just struggling with pain.
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is to bring old, scared, aggressive, or actively injured dogs back to their best life. There are steps to this process,
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This will be a life-changing process for you and your dog.
There are specific steps to recovery:
1. Pain management - chemical, biological, and physical
2. Nutritional foundation - the right food and supplements
3. Strength and conditioning - just like any athlete
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But first, you will have to be able to recognize when your dog is showing you signs of physical weakness that could be pain or illness related.