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Christin Finn DVM, CVA, VSMT, CCRT is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She is certified in Canine Rehabilitation. Dr. Finn also completed training and certification in Veterinary Chiropractic and Osteopathic Manipulation, as well as Veterinary Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Resources to Help Your Dog

At the Canine Rehabilitation and Integrative Veterinary Center we treat your dog like the valued family member they are. Here are resources to help you help them live full, healthy and happy lives.


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Animal game-changer, Dr. Christin Finn was interviewed on the Healthy Pets show by Dr. Karen Becker.

Lorraine S

Dr. Finn has been outstanding in diagnosing our puppy and treating him with laser, acupressure, and acupuncture. He has improved greatly after just three biweekly sessions and is doing wonderfully!

Suzanne D

I brought my 9.5-year-old female German Shepherd here for a ruptured ACL. They took my dog from pain and not walking back to herself. She wants to go on walks and jumps again like a puppy. I cannot say how thankful I am. You put hope back into our lives!

Jennifer P

Dr. Finn and staff are incredibly dedicated and work with you to find the best plan and therapies for your dog. Great facility.. the pool is outstanding as is the therapist with aqua-therapy.

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How do you know when your dog is in pain?
How do you know when your dog is in pain?

How do you know when your dog is in pain?   It is often difficult for pet parents to know when their dog is in pain. It is not when they complain or ask, “Why me?” Your dog will never do that. Most dogs just do their best to get from point A to point B.  They...

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