C. Sue Furman, Ph.D. spent 40 years at several major universities including the University of Maryland, School of Medicine and Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences teaching future physicians and veterinarians and conducting research involving nerve and muscle.
She combined her expertise in holistic animal care methodologies with her extensive scientific understanding of neuromuscular structure and function to practice and teach Holistic Touch Therapy canine massage and acupressure. In 1995 she founded the Holistic Touch Therapy School of Canine Massage and Acupressure.
Dr. Sue is an accomplished author whose Your Happy Pet column appears weekly in the Victoria Advocate. She has published books and DVDs on the subject of canine massage and has also authored and edited other books concerning women’s health and scientific techniques.
An avid lover of dogs, she shares her Texas home and her life with the Wolfchase pack of Irish Wolfhounds and friends.
You can read more of Dr. Sue’s NuVet works here in the coming weeks! Stay tuned for some exciting and fun articles!