Susan Taylor

    Dr. Susan Taylor

    Small animal medicine, professor

    • Phone Number  Small Animal Clinic 306-966-7126


    For more information about Dr. Taylor's teaching and research interests, please visit Dr. Taylor's profile page on the Western College of Veterinary Medicine web site.

    Academic Credentials

    • DVM, Cornell University
    • Internship, University of Minnesota
    • Medicine Residency, University of California — Davis
    • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

    Teaching and Clinical Areas

    Dr. Taylor is a professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences and works as a staff internist in the Small Animal Clinic of the Veterinary Medical Centre. 

    Dr. Taylor moved to Canada to join the WCVM staff in 1985. Her professional interests include neurology, respiratory medicine and infectious and immune-mediated diseases.

    Research Interests

    Dr. Taylor's areas of active research include medical, neuromuscular and neurological problems affecting canine athletes (sled dogs, field trial retrievers and working Border collies). She is actively investigating the inherited disorder, exercise induced collapse (EIC) in Labrador retrievers and a similar disorder in Border collies (Border collie collapse or BCC).

    As well, Dr. Taylor is studying a distinct partial seizure disorder (atypical epilepsy, paroxysmal dyskinesia) in Labrador retrievers and focal sezure disorders manifesting with autonomic signs in all breeds.