As Dr. Norton works with various forms of medical treatments here are some links for further information on those subjects and the organizations that teach and certify veternarians.
Dr. Norton is certified by the International Veterinary Chiropratic Association. She studied with Options for Animals in 2007, participating in their 210 hour course. To learn more about her training please visit the Options for Animals website. To remain certified she participates in continuing education courses on a yearly basis.
Dr. Norton studied homeopathy with Richard Pitcairn, DVM, taking his 133 hour beginning course in 1997 - 1998 and his 67 hour advanced course in 1999. You can visit his webiste here.
There are many websites with information about pet loss, grief, support groups and the human/animal bond. A good place to start is the Human/Animal Bond Trust.
Another website with assistance in making decisions and options available include the In Home Pet Euthanasia Directory.
Dr. Norton has worked with animal rescue groups since before she was a veterinarian. As we have an overpopulation problem with our companion animals, she believes in adoption. Please consider a new friend from one of the many organizatios listed at Petfinder’s webiste.
Dr. Norton studied Osteopathy under Patricia Kortekaas with Full Spectrum Canine Therapy.
For more information please visit the Full Spectrum Canine Therapy website.
Dr. Norton became a Norwex consultant because of all of the animals she sees who have allergies and many who are toxic. Norwex is a company that promotes chemical-free cleaning with personal and home care options. Their use of re-usable microfiber also decreases the amount of trash we send to the landfills. To learn more please visit the Norwex website.