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Sandy Springs, GA (404) 459-0903

455 Abernathy Road, NE

Sandy Springs, GA 30328

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Susan Wynn, DVM, CVA, CVCH, DACVN

Integrative Medicine, Nutrition

Specialist, Board Certified in Veterinary Nutrition

On The Job

Dr. Susan Wynn joined BluePearl after working as a primary care veterinarian for several years. In addition to her board certification in nutrition, she is certified in veterinary acupuncture and in herbal medicine and has served as a consultant for government health agencies, professional organizations, and pet nutrition companies worldwide. She is an affiliate assistant professor at Auburn University and speaks internationally on the subject of clinical nutrition and holistic medicine. Dr. Wynn is the author of four textbooks and numerous papers on integrative therapies.

Education

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Nutrition
Residency, Nutrition, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Internship, Small Animal Medicine & Surgery, Friendship Hospital for Animals, Washington DC
Post-doctoral Fellowship in Viral Immunology, Emory University, Atlanta GA
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens
Bachelor of Science, Emory University, Atlanta GA

Off Duty

Dr. Wynn is a native of Sandy Springs and enjoys gardening, cooking, reading, hiking, cycling and horses.

Select Articles and Publications

Weight Loss and Diet

Wynn, S.G. (2009). Probiotics in veterinary practice. J Am Vet Med Assoc, 234(5):606-613.

Wynn, S.G. & Fougere, B. (2007). Veterinary Herbal Medicine. Mosby, St. Louis.

Wynn, S.G. & Wolpe, P.R. (2005, February 15). The majority view of ethics and professionalism in alternative medicine. J Am Vet Med Assoc, Vol. 226, No. 4

Larkins, N. & Wynn, S.G. (2004, January). Pharmacognosy: phytomedicines and their mechanisms. InVeterinary Clinics of North America, Mandelker L, Ed., Vol 34(1):291-327.

Wynn, S.G. & Marsden, S.A. (2003). Manual of Natural Veterinary Medicine: Science and Tradition, Mosby, St Louis.

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