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Dr. Constance DiNataleConstance DiNatale, DVM, graduated from the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. While in veterinary school, she became certified in veterinary acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS).  In 1999, she completed her certification in veterinary chiropractic and opened this practice in Winter Park.

Dr. DiNatale is a professor at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida, teaching acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine to veterinarians. A much sought after speaker, Dr. DiNatale lectures around the US at veterinary conferences on acupuncture, herbs, and food therapy. She enjoys spending her "spare" time with her son Valentine and her three dogs and two cats.



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Odds & Ends ...

Protect our dogs in hot weather ...

In hot weather, pets require special care to avoid heatstroke. Dogs cannot tell us when they feel hot, and it is our responsibility to ensure that our pets have sufficient shelter from the sun, an adequate supply of water to drink, and a way to cool off as the heat rises. – LSU School of Veterinary Medicine


Acupuncture is safe and effective ...

Acupuncture is generally safe and effective and can be used to treat conditions such as pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, injured tendons or ligaments, abdominal pain, immunodeficiency, autoimmune disease, intervertebral disc disease, seizures, Wobbler’s syndrome, nerve paralysis, behavioral disorders, infertility, skin disease, and for improving the overall quality of life in chronic diseases. – Carolina Medina, DVM


Beware of cocoa bean shell mulch ...

Cocoa bean shell mulch in landscaping attracts dogs and can cause vomiting, tremors, diarrhea, a rapid heart rate and hyperactivity. – Ann Hohenhaus, DVM


Top 10 dog medical conditions in 2011 ...

1. Ear infection; 2. skin allergies; 3. skin infection; 4. non-cancerous skin growth; 5. upset stomach; 6. intestinal upset/diarrhea; 7. arthritis; 8. bladder infection; 9. bruise or contusion; 10. underactive thyroid.  – Karen Becker, DVM