Susan G. Wynn, DVM, CVA, CVCH, AHG   
Veterinary Nutrition and Integrative Medicine  
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Our pets are as individual as we are, so how do we know that our furry friends are getting the proper nutrients?  Truth is, it will only be possible to know EXACTLY how to feed your pet in the future, when we better understand the species genetic code.  In the meantime, veterinary nutritionists are here to help make sure your pet gets the right nutrients to feel great and look better.

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Holistic Medicine

Nutritional Care of Hospitalized Patients

How to be an active participant in your pet's care

Proper nutrition is just as important for your pet’s good health as it is for yours. You may want to make an appointment with Dr. Wynn directly any time you need nutritional counseling. By developing feeding plans customized for individual needs, Dr. Susan Wynn plays a vital role in supporting your pet’s health and recovery.

  • Formulating balanced homemade diets for well and ill pets
  • Parenteral nutrition plans for hospitalized pets
  • In depth counseling on food and nutrition issues, including raw diets
  • Advice on nutritional supplements: nutraceuticals and herbs
  • Providing nutrition support for ongoing medical and surgical patient issues: Obesity, kidney and liver disease, bladder stones, pancreatitis, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, food allergy, anorexia, weight loss, and other problems
  • Designing feeding programs for multi-pet households
  • Education for pet owners and veterinarians
  • Detailed analysis of owner supplement choices for overdoses, imbalances and deficiencies
  • Investigating and implementing current nutrition research information into hospital protocols

Susan Wynn, DVM

Dr. Wynn is a graduate of the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a clinical internship in Washington, D.C., and a fellowship in viral immunology at the Emory University School of Medicine. She is co-author of 4 books on holistic medicine, including Veterinary Herbal Medicine, Manual of Natural Veterinary Medicine: Science and Tradition, and Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine: Principles and Practice. After 20 years of clinical practice, she completed a nutrition residency with the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Wynn also writes, teaches and speaks on the subject of clinical nutrition and integrative medicine.  She is also certified in acupuncture, chinese herbal medicine, and in western herbal medicine/ 

Dr. Wynn has served as the executive director of the Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association, president of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture and the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, and the boards of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition and the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association.  She is a native of Atlanta and lives in Sandy Springs GA.  She lives with 1 cat and a German shepherd. When spare time can be carved out of her schedule, she enjoys hiking, cooking, riding horses, travel and gardening.

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