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Keynote Speaker: Wendy Blount, DVM

Dr. Blount is a companion animal (dogs and cats only) veterinarian Texas A&M Residency trained in Small Animal Internal Medicine. In addition to her Internal Medicine referral practice, Dr. Blount conducts Continuing Education Seminars for small animal veterinarians, veterinary technicians and animal control officers. She also teaches an undergraduate college course on "Medicine and Behavior in the Animal Sheltering Environment" for Duquesne University. She has also served as Medical Director & Surgeon for SpayNeuterNac and O'Malley PET (Preventing Euthanasia Together).

Dr. Blount has received several prestigious awards including the 2012 Texas Veterinary Medical Association "Companion Animal Practitioner of the Year" for outstanding contributions to veterinary medicine, the 2011 "Bilderback Award" for support of the animal sheltering community and the 2004 "TAVP Clinical Referral and Consultation Award" which recognizes contributions made by outstanding veterinary practitioners.

Guest Speaker: Teleah Grand, DVM

Dr. Grand graduated from LSU in 1986 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. After working in the defense industry for 5 years, Dr. Grand quit her job as an engineer to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian.

Dr. Grand graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine with her D.V.M. in 1996. She worked in Kentucky and Florida, before moving back to Texas to build her own practice in McKinney. Dr. Grand opened the doors of Animal Care Center at Stonebridge Ranch in 2002.

In 2015 Dr. Grand became frustrated with the limitations of Western medicine when it came to debilitating and chronic diseases and sought to learn a more natural, non invasive way of helping her patients. She decided to become a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA) and attended classes at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. There she discovered Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and it opened an entirely new, natural and effective way of practicing veterinary medicine. She has since earned her Certification in Food Therapy, and is pursuing her Master's Degree in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. The first ever master's degree in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine offered in the United States.


Questions??? Contact Russ at the von Allmen Agency
phone: (936) 564-7792 - e-mail: russ@vonallmen.net

Seminar approved by ETVMA
James M. Morton, DVM - President
17 Hour Units for Veterinary CE in Texas

(Note: Other states may be added on request
with sufficient notice)

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