About your baby's doctor...
"I believe in providing your pet with every possible option for good health. By educating myself in alternative healing, I can give you a choice in how your pet receives health care."
Dr. Todd was the recipient of the first Mai Shi Huang TCVM practitioner of the yearaward. This award is presented to one distinguished veterinarian each year in recognition of his or her excellence in TCVM practice. The 2012/2013 Mai Shi Huang is awarded to Dr. Todd for his exceptional work both as TCVM clinician and instructor.
Dr. Todd was the recipient of the "Col. Edward T. Imparato Award" in September of 2003. This award is given to a person that exudes a strong Human/Animal Bond. The Pinellas Animal Foundation was happy to present Dr. Todd this honor at the 2003 Browser Ball and Catsino Night.
A Cornerstone in Education
"Every treatment I provide my patients is based on what I have learned. And by giving 110% to my veterinary studies, I am able to do this."
- DVM: University of Florida, 1988
- CVA: International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, 1995
- CVA: The Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
- BS: University of Florida, 1983
Adding to the Kit and Caboodle...
"Belonging to professional associations and societies keeps me up-to-date on the latest in veterinary medicine. I enjoy the camaraderie that goes with the territory...we are all venturing into new techniques to help heal our patients."Continuing Education:
- Anesthesiology and Surgery
- Practice Management
- Internal Medicine
- Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
- American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture
- American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
- American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Chi Institute
- Florida Veterinary Medical Association
- International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
- Pinellas County Veterinary Medical Association
Continuing a Legacy of Teaching
"When I was in school, I wanted to learn everything I could. As veterinarians, we all want to heal and care for our patients. Teaching is a way to share the information that allows this to happen with others."
- Instructor: Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
- Associate Editor: The American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
- Veterinary Advisory Board: The New Barker Magazine
- Author: Todd, Gregory. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Four TCVM Patterns Related to Pancreatitis. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, 5(1), 79-87.
"Ask-a-Vet", St. Petersburg Times
- Lecturer: International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, The Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, The American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture,The North American Veterinary Conference, The Wild, Wild West Veterinary Conference, the Oregon Veterinary Association State Meeting, The 3rd Annual China Veterinary Conference.