Meet Dr. Flynn

Dr. Sammi M. Flynn graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 1978. She majored in chemistry in undergraduate school from 1972-75, maintaining a 4.0 GPA and was recognized as Outstanding Undergraduate in Chemistry. She has been in small animal practice for 32 years and has extensive experience in general medicine, surgery and emergency medicine.

For 10 years she was an associate with Dr. Gloria Weintrub at Countryside Animal Hospital in New Jersey, which was one of the first practices in the northeast to provide holistic care, with an emphasis on competition dogs and their lamenesses. In the past 15 years she has obtained certification in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology from IVAS (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society) and Wisconsin Institute of Chinese Herbology (Veterinary Program), certification in Veterinary Chiropractic from IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association) and 0steopathic Training from Full Spectrum Canine Therapy in Eugene, Oregon. She is currently pursuing certification in Canine Rehabilitation.

In 2012 she will be studying myofascial release and trigger point therapies and beginning her certification in veterinary pain management. She is currently a member of the International Veterinary Pain Management Association. Dr. Flynn is an avid participant in veterinary continuing education and strives to keep current in all facets of canine musculoskeletal and neurological pathology and therapy.

Dr. Flynn’s clinic is located on her farm in Washington, Ga. where she lives with her husband, 3 terriers, two cats and 6 horses. Her husband is J. Stanley Brown, DVM, Dip. ACT, who has been in equine practice for 39 years and has his practice Integrated Therapy for Performance Horse Lameness also on their farm. In her spare time she enjoys horseback riding, hiking with her dogs, training her dog Chase, boating on nearby Lake Clarke Hill, reading and traveling.

All American dog Baxter is shown in his graduation photo at Lucky Dog Agility in Winterville, Georgia after competing his graduation run-through for Beginner’s Agility.  He is now enrolled in Intermediate Agility and will be in his first trial in February 2014.  Baxter and his proud parents, Dr. Flynn and Dr. Brown, would like to thank Sandy Bird, Johni Mathis and the other Lucky Dog Agility instructors in providing him with a first class education and opportunity to develop his talents in a stress-free, fun-filled environment.