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Meet Dr. Anna Norman, DVM, (aka Turie) instructor at Well Animal Institute

Dr. Anna Norman, DVM has been a licensed veterinarian in the State of Colorado since 1994. She has been practicing holistic medicine since 1996. She is certified in veterinary Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes acupuncture and Chinese herbs. She is also certified in veterinary spinal manipulation (chiropractic). Dr. Norman is also a level 3 Reiki practitioner. She has a special interest in nutrition and nutritional supplements. She also uses flower essences in her practice.

She founded Healing Touch Veterinary her own holistic veterinary practice in 1998. She works on dogs, cats and horses. She started Well Animal Institute with Cindy Lloyd in 2008.

Anna lives just outside Boulder, Colorado with her 2 boys and husband, cat, dog horse and 3 chickens. She enjoys horses, organic gardening and activities in the beautiful Colorado outdoors. She volunteers her time with the youth in her community.

Meet Cindy Lloyd of Well Animal Institute

Cindy Lloyd has been breeding and showing dogs since 1971. Her focus is dog obedience and conformation. She has a long show career with many finished champions. Cindy has been an active member of the Irish Setter Club of Colorado since 1985 holding many offices.

After 20 years of sitting behind a desk for mortgage and insurance companies Cindy sought a new career in anesthesia free teeth cleaning in 2002. She received her training at Canine Care in California. Following her certification in pet dental care she launched her first company Natural Pet LLC which offers many products and services all emphasizing natural nutrition and alternative healing modalities like acupressure and massage.

She is currently a member of CAAMB – Colorado Association of Animal massage and Bodywork and IAAMB – International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork.

Cindy lives on 2 acres in Brighton, Colorado with her husband, 7 dogs and a Big Bird- Green wing.

TESTIMONIALS

Rocky Mountain Greyhound Rescue

I would just like to give a BIG THANK YOU to Dr. Norman and all of the Well Animal Institute crew. Dr. Norman is very caring and all the techs have all been great with our greyhounds. One of the biggest concerns in greyhound adoptions is anesthesia. Therefore the anesthesia free dental clinics have been a godsent. Thank YOU!!!

Torri Greyhound Rescue  9/2014

Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies

As a foster mom for Golden Retriever Rescue, I have had the opportunity to bring my own three dogs as well as numerous fosters for anesthesia free teeth cleaning. Fosters sometimes are hesitant of any new situation and I have been impressed by the ability of the Dr. Norman and all of the technicians to quickly calm a variety of dogs with anxiety or hyperactivity. My own squirmy 6 year old golden settles down with their gentle expertise as does my 12 year old with sore hips and 15 year old who requires alternative positioning. They take the time to understand the behavioral quirks and medical uniqueness of each dog to individualize treatment (and make the dog’s people feel at ease). This team works with compassion and the feedback for aftercare is thorough and educational.

Deb Kneale, Golden Retriever Rescue of the Rockies 9/2014


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