Dr. Sue Skelding graduated from Veterinary Technician School in 1983 from Colorado Mountain
College and from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and a
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1990.
During the seven years she attended CSU she worked as a emergency technician at the university
and in private practice.
It was as a technician that she first witnessed the profound healing of Acupuncture and Herbal
Therapies. Dr. Red, her mentor and a pioneer in the field, practiced what was at that time called
"Voodoo" Medicine, helping many dogs, cats, and horses. This opened Dr. Skelding's eyes to the
profound healing capabilities of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Once Dr. Skelding entered veterinary school all Traditional Chinese modalities were set aside. It
wasn't as if they were frowned upon, they simply weren't mentioned. Ten years later, while at a
veterinary conference in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Skelding participated in a short course on
Acupuncture, and the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine light rekindled.
Dr. Sue Skelding attended the "Chi Institute" in Reddick, FL from 2003-2007, securing
certifications in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine Advanced
Practitioner, Food Therapy, and Tui-na.
Alternative Veterinary Therapies,
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Acupuncture
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Food Therapy
Integrative Veterinary & Holistic Medicine