About Deb Teubert


The only other thing you really need to know about this remarkable healer is that she loves animals; hers, yours and strays. The next important piece of information is that she walks her talk. Her belief can be summed up in this quote by Henry Beston, "We need another and wiser, and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals; for the animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours, they move finished and gifted with extensions of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear."

Teubert, however, does hear their voices and throughout her life, and continued life’s
work, has honed her skills in holistically healing and maintaining their health. She utilizes
essential oils, applied kinesiology, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Red Light Therapy, and acupressure along with a sound knowledge of animal behavior and suitable diet, personalized for your animal companion. Combined, these components balance the body’s natural rhythms, reduce stress, and greatly improve health.

Teubert grew up on a Wisconsin dairy farm surrounded by animals. Using her natural instincts, trust and understanding of the unconditional love animals exhibit, she innately understood that all animals should be treated justly and naturally.  Her numerous childhood pets included dogs, cats, sheep, rabbits, horses, and chickens. She has fond memories of them all including long summer days spent with her sister and their ponies.
 
Later in life and to help with the extreme pain her dear Simi, a Siamese cat diagnosed
with pancreatitis, was suffering from, Teubert turned to holistic methods, which gave
Simi several additional, healthy years of life. This was also the beginning of a very
personal journey towards self-discovery that also included improving Teubert’s health.
 
Teubert is a graduate of UW Madison with BS in Clinical Laboratory Science. She has 30
years of laboratory experience, 10 of which was spent working at the UW School of
Veterinary Medicine in Madison, WI. She is one of only three, in the United States,
certified in Animal PsychAromatica (APA), an intense two year course with Nayana Morag, world renowned teacher and animal healer.