Ask our Vets Any Pet-Related Question
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Doggie Designer enlisted a pair of practicing veterinarians, Dr. Joanna Woodnutt and Dr. Beth Arnold, to handle your most pressing health-related issues in Ask a Vet. They will personally review your question and provide you with their expert opinion in as much detail as possible.
Thanks to their many years of practice, they’ve seen and heard it all, and they’re ready to provide you with accurate information that you can trust.
Please note that, in order to provide the best advice possible, they’ll need any and all information you can provide, including detailed medical histories, a thorough description of the issue, and any relevant photographs. Also, our vets cannot prescribe medication, recommend dosages, or comment on over-the-counter medication over the internet.
Meet our Vets
When you need answers to potentially life-and-death questions involving your best friend, it’s reassuring to know that the person on the other side of the screen actually knows what they’re talking about.
Dr. Joanna Woodnutt
Dr. Joanna Woodnutt is an experienced vet working in the UK. She has written about pets and pet health for many websites, blogs and pet magazines and loves to help owners to understand their pets through her writing.
Dr. Eileen Gillen
Eileen Gillen is a practicing veterinarian in California and the Hawaiian Islands. She currently works as an ER doctor in Santa Barbara California. She has an interest in integrative therapies and is currently pursuing professional certification in Canine Rehabilitation, Acupuncture, and Osteopathy for Companion Animals.
Vet, BVSc MRCVS
Dr. Olivia Speight
Dr. Olivia Speight is an experienced vet, currently working as a small animal vet at a charity hospital. Passionate about animal welfare, her other interests include soft-tissue and orthopaedic surgery which she continues to develop in practice.