Integrative Medicine Team

Toni Yang

DVM, CVA
Integrative Medicine Doctor
Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Dr. Toni Yang grew up in Houston, TX and completed both her undergraduate and professional studies at Texas A&M University (WHOOP!) in College Station, TX. After graduating with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2015, she completed an internship in small animal surgery and medicine at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine with plans on returning to Texas afterwards. However, she developed a keen interest in Integrative Medicine during that time and stayed on at UF for an additional year to complete a specialty internship with the Integrative Medicine service.

Dr. Yang also pursued additional training in small animal veterinary acupuncture at Chi University and small animal physical rehabilitation at Canine Rehabilitation Institute. She has special interest in post-operative rehabilitation of orthopedic and neurologic conditions, small animal acupuncture, and being able to offer help when more traditional interventions such as medicine/surgery are not an option.

After moving to Jupiter, Dr. Yang founded the Physical Rehabilitation & Integrative Medicine Service to rehabilitate dogs and cats that have arthritis, sustained musculoskeletal injuries, have undergone surgery (fracture repair, cranial cruciate ligament rupture repair, patellar luxation stabilization, joint replacement, arthroscopy, neck/back surgery), or any condition where targeted therapies can help to alleviate pain/weakness and regain mobility.

Dr. Yang shares her home with one cat and one dog, Sheldon and Leonard (yes they are named after the Big Bang Theory characters). Her dream is to live in a tiny home someday, and she loves listening to podcasts and audiobooks. She enjoys reading, spending time outdoors (often in a hammock!), and eating any/all foods. Although Dr. Yang will always consider herself a native Texan, Florida is lovely and has somehow found a way to keep her around!

Read Dr. Yang’s article on Physical Rehabilitation for Pets!

Testimonials

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Steve & Mary Ann and “Rocco”

We were first referred to Jupiter Pet when our regular vet diagnosed our little French Bulldog Rocco with a failing gallbladder. He had to be cleared by a cardiologist due to his age and a heart murmur. Once cleared the cardiologist said he needed the surgery ASAP. Thankfully Dr. Latimer was able to take him right away. He saved our little boy and was a pleasure throughout as was the whole staff. A year or so later Rocco started having some mobility problems so we brought him back in to be looked at. After diagnosis we were handed off to Dr. Yang and she took care of our Rocco and helped him to have mobility into his senior years. Sadly the day came where we found ourselves in the ER on a Sunday having to make the decision none of us want to make. Dr. Katz’s kindness and understanding helped us to accept the inevitable. We were losing our little boy. As we held our Rocco for the last time who walks in? Dr. Yang. She came in on her own time to grieve with us. I can’t begin to explain how much that meant to my wife and I. Dr. Yang now takes care of our Leeloo helping to keep her as mobile as possible during her senior years. Thank you Dr. Latimer, Dr. Yang, Dr. Katz and to everyone at Jupiter Pet for all you have done for our family. We are forever grateful.

Karen and “Bella”

Dr Yang has been so wonderful with me and Bella! We were both so anxious over Bella’s TPLO recovery. She’s so patient and kind and takes the time to explain the recovery process in great detail.

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Steve & Mary Ann and “Rocco”

We were first referred to Jupiter Pet when our regular vet diagnosed our little French Bulldog Rocco with a failing gallbladder. He had to be cleared by a cardiologist due to his age and a heart murmur. Once cleared the cardiologist said he needed the surgery ASAP. Thankfully Dr. Latimer was able to take him right away. He saved our little boy and was a pleasure throughout as was the whole staff. A year or so later Rocco started having some mobility problems so we brought him back in to be looked at. After diagnosis we were handed off to Dr. Yang and she took care of our Rocco and helped him to have mobility into his senior years. Sadly the day came where we found ourselves in the ER on a Sunday having to make the decision none of us want to make. Dr. Katz’s kindness and understanding helped us to accept the inevitable. We were losing our little boy. As we held our Rocco for the last time who walks in? Dr. Yang. She came in on her own time to grieve with us. I can’t begin to explain how much that meant to my wife and I. Dr. Yang now takes care of our Leeloo helping to keep her as mobile as possible during her senior years. Thank you Dr. Latimer, Dr. Yang, Dr. Katz and to everyone at Jupiter Pet for all you have done for our family. We are forever grateful.

Karen and “Bella”

Dr Yang has been so wonderful with me and Bella! We were both so anxious over Bella’s TPLO recovery. She’s so patient and kind and takes the time to explain the recovery process in great detail.