Scientific Dog Love is Here

I am a scientist who loves dogs.

In my research I have spent much of my working life traveling through different European countries. In each area I have encountered distinct personalities, philosophies, traditions, and different approaches to life. I appreciate these different approaches dearly. In order to preserve, extend, and maintain life, cultures develop a unique approach to health and healing. Over time, I discovered remedies, diagnostic techniques, treatments. With each new discovery I became a blend of different philosophies and treatments. What does a scientist do in a situation such as this? We improve. We are here to expand perspectives and insight into how we can approach disease, diagnosis and treatment, and I want to impart some of this specialized knowledge and vision of the future to my readers.

Why am I with DoggyDoc? As a scientist, I am always curious as to “why” medical treatment is done a certain way, or why test results are the way they are. And, I am always seeking new knowledge about these wonderful creatures we call dogs. I am excited to be here to contribute to the development of a new diagnostic tool. DoggyDoc can help users by giving them information on possible diseases their dog may have using some of the latest artificial intelligence. This kind of meta-remedy is part of new culture that is just being born.

And, I am proud to have co-owned a beautiful golden cocker spaniel with a very unique personality. Her name was Dona, and she was 16 years, 4 months and 1 day old when she had enough of the great life we shared together. It was important for her and for us to know when to let go. She was with us until recently, I miss her dearly.

By living with Dona I learned that when you have a pet, you want to know your pet’s health. And by helping your pet be healthier, happier, we both have more fun overall. In my writing with the other bloggers and developers at DoggyDoc, I hope to inform users about the latest treatments for our family members who have four legs. With new research in dog diagnosis and treatment, I hope to bridge our users with new knowledge that we are a part of.

Vedrana Tabor is a scientist with degrees in XYZ. In addition to working with DoggyDoc, Vedrana has expeirence in XXX, and is presently developing her own venture in human e/m-Health. She can be reached at