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Thanks to everyone on VIN. I KNOW I am a better veterinarian because of it. I love the support and the challenges to be a better clinician all the time. Case in point tonight -- dog ate Gorilla glue. I had read about it months ago and knew exactly what I was looking for and what to do. I was talking with some of my colleagues today after the fact, and none of them had ever heard of it. The owner thought I was brilliant when I was reciting some of the stuff I had read and the rDVMs were impressed by the cool case. I was impressed by the cast of the dog's stomach! And I passed on the info to some rDVMs so they can be in the know as well. Thanks!
Maureen Noftsinger, DVM

Paul D. Pion, President & Co-Founder

Since 1991, VIN has provided a secure, veterinarians-only community. VIN is a place for clinical information, continual education, collegial support, and ancillary services that help you succeed and feel good about yourself and your practice. VIN members are never alone. Easy and fast access to the most complete, up-to-date database of veterinary information -- and the largest team of specialists dedicated to helping colleagues online -- means your patients and clients benefit from your participation in the largest veterinary medical practice in the world.

Owned and guided by veterinarians, VIN cares about you, your patients, your clients, your practice, and your staff. VIN succeeds because your colleagues choose to support the only independent, veterinary-focused online service that exists. VIN's mission, begun in 1991, continues today. Thank you for your support!

Paul D. Pion, President & Co-Founder

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