Dr. Garlinghouse graduatedfromtheColoradoStateUniversityCollegeofVeterinaryMedicine, a top ten veterinary school in the nation. After graduation, she spent several happy years in an ambulatory equine practice before joining All Creatures Animal Hospital first as an associate veterinarian, and then practice owner. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, the California Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Susan has authored numerous research studies and articles on animal nutrition and physiology, has been cited in over a dozen textbooks, and is frequently sought as a speaker both nationally and internationally on these subjects. Susan is also one of the few certified veterinary acupuncturists in the area, and is an adjunct professor of animal science at Cal Poly University and UC Davis through the distance-learning program. Her pets include four dogs (two Border Collies, a Belgian Tervuren, and a Siberian Husky, three of which are rescues), four cats, four horses, a mule and a dozen chickens. She competes in and is a certified head veterinarian in endurance riding with her horses, and is also an advanced EAN scuba diver. Her husband is our Hospital Administrator and together they enjoy traveling and taking ocean cruises whenever possible.
Ken Tudor, DVM
Dr. Tudor has practiced small animal medicine since graduating from the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. In addition to establishing the first cat-only practice in the Inland Empire, practicing small animal emergency care, he has also served as a Veterinary Medical Officer for the United States Department of Agriculture and the California Department of Food and Agriculture, enforcing the Animal Welfare Act and conducting disease surveillance activities. He also served as the director and primary instructor of the Veterinary Technology Program at Mt. San Antonio College and taught other science courses at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga. He has been a guest lecturer at the School of Medicine at Stanford University in Palo Alto.
Dr. Tudor has graduate training in exercise physiology and sports nutrition and has instructed courses in these subject areas at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He recently served as a nutrition consultant for a Southern California homemade diet dog food manufacturer. He is a frequent guest speaker on the subject of pet obesity, nutrition and dieting.