• Veterinarian

    Dr. Andrea Gladuli

    Dr. Andrea Gladuli is a highly experienced and specialist veterinarian with a master’s degree in Small Animal Cardiology from the University of Turin, Italy. He has progressed in his specialized training through periodical visits to other internationally renowned cardiologists and has worked as a referral specialist in Cardiology in Italy for three years.
  • Dr. Maria Al Mouallem

    MVSc, DVM
    Dr. Maria Al Mouallem, the driving force behind "Vetlivery Mobile Veterinary Clinic," is on a mission fueled by her love for animals. Her venture, Vetlivery, proudly holds the...
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    Dr. Laura Castillo

    Dr. Laura was born and raised in México. As far back as she can remember, she only had one dream and it was a dream of one day becoming a veterinarian.
  • Veterinarian

    Dr. Serhii Sadovskyi

    Dr. Serhii was born in Kirovograd city, Ukraine. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine from Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University in Ukraine in 2013.
  • Vet specialist

    Dr. Snezhana Pochkalina

    Dr. Snezhana was born and raised in a small town called Yelabug in Russia. She comes from a family of veterinarians who also owned a small farm. At 16 years old she graduated from high school and moved to a town called Kazan to continue her education. Dr. Snezhana graduated from the Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.
  • Vet specialist

    Dr. Ricardos Saad

    DVM, MVSc
    Dr. Ricardos Saad has always had a deep love and appreciation for animals and their welfare. This passion inspired him to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, which ultimately led to his graduation from the esteemed Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Lebanese University in 2015.
  • Vet doctor

    Dr. Artem Pavlyuchenko

    Dr. Artem has a special interest in emergency and critical care. Dr. Artem was born in Moscow, Russia. After receiving his DVM degree from University, he began working as an emergency and critical care veterinarian.
  • Vet doctor

    Dr. Rowena Amador

    Dr. Rowena was born and raised in the Philippines. Her love for animals started when she was just a little girl; this wasn’t surprising as she grew up surrounded by chickens, turtles, birds, and fish apart from the many dogs and cats that her family had as pets.
  • Veterinarian

    Dr. Muhammad Waseem Aslam

    Dr. Waseem was born in Pakistan in an animal loving family with birds, poultry, cats, a dog, goats, buffalos, and cows. He obtained his early education from his hometown and then traveled to boarding school for his secondary education. Dr. Waseem received a prestigious provincial government scholarship in 2008 to study veterinary medicine at one of the top-ranked universities in Pakistan.
  • Vets

    Dr. Federico Trozzo

    Dr. Trozzo was born in Mendoza Argentina, a stunning province adjacent to a beautiful mountain. Dr. Trozzo received his degree in veterinary medicine in 2007 from the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste located in Corrientes, Argentina Dr. Trozzo began practicing veterinary medicine in Santa Fe, Argentina, where he acquired much experience while working at this clinic that treated both small and large animals. Dr. Trozzo also worked with with livestock production animals, and sport horses.


As a pet owner, you’ll want to ensure your pet’s vaccinations are up-to-date and that they have no health conditions. You should also bring along a list of all medications, supplements, and vitamins that your pet is taking. If possible, bring a copy of their medical records and questions about the appointment.

As a new pet owner, it can be hard to know when to make your first visit. If your dog is a puppy and has just been adopted, or if he’s older than three months, then you should probably call ahead and schedule an appointment at that time. If he gets sick while still young, it may take some time before his symptoms are severe enough for him to need a professional veterinary doctor. However, if there’s been an injury sustained during playtime with another animal (or human), this could mean that things have progressed further than expected. In both cases above: Your vet doctor for pets would probably recommend seeing them as soon as possible—but not necessarily right away!

A veterinary specialist is a veterinarian who has undergone additional training in a specific area of veterinary medicine and passed a certification examination. They work alongside your primary veterinarian to diagnose and treat complex medical conditions, offering advanced knowledge and skills for the best possible care of your pet.

A veterinarian, specifically trained in the care of dogs, is the doctor you should visit for your canine companion. They provide a wide range of services including vaccinations, wellness exams, treatment of illnesses and injuries, and guidance on nutrition and behavior to ensure your dog stays happy and healthy.