About us - DigiDogs

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With DigiDogs, we want to make it easy for you to keep your dog as healthy and as natural as possible. We know from our own experience that the search for the best advice, dog food, accessories, therapies and the right education can be very time-consuming and exhausting on the internet.

We all want the best for our dogs. But in the confusing labyrinth of products, guides and brands on the internet, it unfortunately is not easy to make out what is really the best for our dogs. This is exactly where DigiDogs comes in: We research very critically and independently with years of experience in keeping dogs in the most natural and healthy way.


Even as a little girl I was fascinated by dogs and nature. As a child, I spent many summers with my great aunt and my great uncle, who had a beautiful self-sufficient organic garden and shaped me very much in terms of sustainability, natural nutrition and dog love. Their shepherd dogs had passed all the protection dog tests with flying colours and guarded the property full of vigor. I could do anything with these "sharp shepherd dogs" and so the poor guys had to play with me "dog place". For me it was already clear: I want a dog!

Different dog personalities came into our family, but a dog fate became my personal trigger for DigiDogs. After a very friendly and balanced Rottweiler-Shepherd called "Spike" followed bitch "Esta", half English Doberman and half Rottweiler. The 37kg sporty girl was a very social but watchful sportsman and died in my arms at the age of 13.

Lotte, my first very docile and friendly Labrador poodle name, we unfortunately had to put to sleep too early and traumatically for us at 4 years. With her first mysterious symptoms of illness, I began an odyssey to veterinarians and frustrating surfing the Internet. It was only too late that the very aggressive lymphatic cancer could be detected and I tortured my brain to see if there could have been a trigger for it that I had not considered.

Perhaps Lotte had this life-threatening predisposition from birth, but Lotte’s parents and siblings were healthy. I came across many possible pathogenic sources, from food to tick-borne food, vaccinations to toys. I was shocked that it is possible in Germany to sell branded dog toys in specialist shops, which may consist of harmful, even carcinogenic materials. I had learned that it is not easy for us dog owners to get healthy accessories and sound, independent recommendations on the natural keeping of our dogs.

With the founding of DigiDogs I can combine my passion for a natural and species-appropriate dog keeping and my professional know-how for digital websites. Meanwhile I am a certified nutritionist for dogs and cats according to Dr. Ziegler, have a lot of fun in the dog sport and my current dog Lilly is a poodle-Labrador lady, who drove me with her wildness and her stubborn head in the first year almost to despair. Labradoodles can be so different!


As a child, I was impressed by the independent and friendly nature of our cats. We first had the forest and meadow cat Tommy, but soon two purebred Balinese named Max and Moritz joined us. Later my mother brought the purebred kart house cat Dolly into our family, who gave us a litter of kittens. From this point of view I am more of a cat than a dog person and even today we have cats in the house every now and then.

Our family is all about animals: My wife is a veterinarian and holds rabbits with passion, for which my daughter has set up an Instagram account. My wife provides with competent passion not only our rabbits, but also cats and hedgehogs. She stands by us at DigiDogs with many good advice.

My older daughter rides and loves horses. My youngest daughter dreams of keeping a great dane, which doesn’t seem to be a good idea (yet). She has many good ideas for DigiDogs.

With my many years of digital technology and founder experience, I ensure that DigiDogs is on a strong technical footing and is constantly evolving. DigiDogs aims to delight dog owners around the world and will be available in more and more languages. With DigiDogs, I can not only use my international digital know-how, but also work on a sustainable and meaningful project that helps dog owners to inform themselves independently about natural dog keeping.


As a little girl I grew up in Poland and had a red-cheeked turtle named Freddie, named after the genius singer Freddie Mercury. But as a turtle she could only be a rather weak substitute for a dog for me at that time.

After I had worked on my parents for months at the age of eleven, they became "soft" and the dog I longed for moved in. It was a Welsh Terrier hybrid, which we aptly named "Impet". Because "Impet" was by nature typical terrier and a strong bundle of energy, which challenged us very much at the beginning as freshly baked dog owners. So I was able to gain my first experience with dogs in Poland and was very lucky to grow up with a dog.

After a first exciting exchange semester in Italy and holiday jobs in Scotland, I again and again had wanderlust and so I started an internship in Hamburg with bab.la. Bab.la was an emerging start-up that ran an online dictionary. It should soon become my first permanent job, where I gained a lot of experience with digital international products. In the meantime, I have settled down in Hamburg, got married and completed two children and "incidentally" an HR training. Slowly but surely my children are now at the age of begging for pets.

At DigiDogs I am responsible for DigiDogs.pl and am expanding the international DigiDogs team so that DigiDogs will be available in many other languages in the future.


I’m Lilly! My middle name is "Rabautzky" and I can’t imagine why. Just because I always want to push my head through? I am very curious about everything that life has to offer and especially greedy, I do not understand any fun. My hobbies include running, playing and especially swimming, and as a puppy I jumped headfirst into the lake. At that time Mistress was not enthusiastic, but now we swim together in the sea. 

Patrick came to visit very often in my first months of life. Mistress and he were always sitting at the desk and staring at screens, talking about "DigiDogs"... Fortunately, I was able to distract them and play with them again and again.

At the tender age of 5 months I ran in the wild game against a wall in the garden and Ouch! after that my left hind leg hurt terribly. Stupid times on the leash and at doctors followed, because I had a torn ligament, which could only be operated on later. Fortunately, these times are over. 

Mistress is very proud of me when I find food bags that she has hidden. This is my greatest joy and really very simple: Always after the nose! But she is even more proud because I have mastered the companion dog test so well, although strangers are suspicious to me since this ligament rupture operation. What do they want? The I belle away! Well, you learn and become more relaxed. 

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