Annie Seefeldt, DC, CVSMT, CCFT, CSMT

Annie Seefeldt, DC, CVSMT, CCFT, CSMT

  • Animal Chiropractic

  • Advanced Animal Neurology

  • Canine Massage

  • Laser Therapy

  • Very knowledgeable, pleasant, wonderful with my dog and me.

  • As always, Paisley was relaxed and happy to go with Dr. Annie today! Love how she is kept in great shape for running agility.

  • Thanks so much for keeping Paisley in top shape!

  • The care Doc Annie extends to my cat and dogs is always top notch. It ensures my animals are at their healthiest. Thank you very much.

  • Dr Annie is great with the dogs

  • As always Dr. Annie is the best

  • Dr Annie is awesome!

  • Dr. Annie is incredible! I will be recommending her to everyone I know and will be bringing Gordy back for future adjustments. He already seems like a new dog after his first adjustment!

  • Kaya loves Dr Annie

  • Dr. Annie is the best! She cares deeply about her patients and the owners! I’m always telling my friends about Dr. Annie!

  • Dr Annie is so good with the all of my dogs

  • Dr. Annie is so kind, caring and patient with Della. We appreciate everything that she has done for us over the past several years starting with our first Min Pin Diva.

  • I moved Zeke around the ring at Animal Inn after our appointment. He was moving so much better. He was less excited and seemed more comfortable, with a much more relaxed gait.

  • Caring attitude!

Animal Chiropractor, Advanced Animal Neurology

Dr. Annie decided to become a chiropractor after seeing vibrance and vitality restored to her 12-year-old dog by a chiropractic adjustment. What happened that day changed everything!

“Providing care and comfort to animals is a profound honor. Every day I am inspired by how genuine and capable they are.”

Since 2008, Dr. Annie has been providing chiropractic care to animals at multiple locations throughout the Twin Cities. She loves her work and all of her four-legged clients!

Dr. Annie supports dogs and cats in all stages of life. She enjoys adjusting litters of newborn pups and is deeply moved by caring for seniors. She spends much of her time working with canine competitors in agility. She is present at local agility trials and has travelled to support her clients at national competitions around the country.

She has an incomparable devotion to her animal clients. She is constantly acquiring new knowledge and skills to enhance the effectiveness of her chiropractic care. So much so that her husband, Scott, calls continuing education, “her hobby!”

Her desire to provide well-rounded support to her animal clients has led her to become certified in canine sports massage (through Supreme Motion) and canine fitness training (through the University of Tennessee.) She has also completed training programs in advanced veterinary neurology, applied kinesiology, craniosacral therapy and reiki.

She completed her basic animal chiropractic training at the Healing Oasis Wellness Center in Sturtevant, WI in 2008. She is certified in animal chiropractic by the College of Animal Chiropractors, and has served on its Board of Directors. She is also certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) and the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA.)

While she was completing her doctorate in human chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences University, she spearheaded the effort to legalize animal chiropractic in Minnesota. Legalization took three long years (2005-2008,) but the outcome was certainly worth it! She and her husband founded Minnesota Animal Chiropractic Care, which was the online hub for the animal chiropractic legalization effort in 2005, and today is a public awareness instrument and provider directory for animal chiropractic.

Dr. Annie also supports the community of animal chiropractors by teaching continuing education courses for her colleagues.

Articles By Dr. Annie

408, 2014

Is Your Dog or Cat Hiding Pain?

By |August 4th, 2014|Categories: Articles, Articles by Dr. Annie|Tags: |Comments Off on Is Your Dog or Cat Hiding Pain?

Listen to what your pet may NOT be telling you! - And DON'T BLAME YOURSELF An owner’s or handler’s perception of change in an animal often occurs long after the change has already begun.   So don't blame yourself if you didn't spot your pet's discomfort right away.