Sarah Watson, DC, VSMT
Dr. Sarah Watson joins Glen Oak Dog and Cat Hospital staff as an animal chiropractor.
Dr. Watson adds safe, effective, non-invasive chiropractic adjustments to the comprehensive treatment options available at Glen Oak Dog and Cat Hospital.
Dr. Watson graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2009. She also earned a Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy degree from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center, in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. The wellness center offers the only nationally accredited post-graduate degree in animal chiropractic.
Pet Massage Therapist
Katie is a certified pet massage therapist, treating all breeds and sizes of dogs, cats and other small animals.
She received small animal massage certifications from The Northwest School of Animal Massage Therapy in Portland, ORE.
Before changing careers and becoming a pet massage therapist, Katie worked as a special education teacher, spending most of her teaching career in early childhood special education. Although Katie has changed careers, leaving the field of special education to become a pet masseuse, Katie believes that her years as a special education teacher will serve her well!
Katie is the mom of three dogs – two dachshunds and a lab-golden mix. Katie loves to work with cats and dogs and she volunteers at the Evanston C.A.R.E animal shelter.