Testimonials

Everybody's talking... and you'll like what they have to say.

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  • "I love VetCompanion. Love the value it brings... it helps keep me current, provide the best medicine, and quickly refresh my memory and reassure me of clinical decisions. Your innovative, informative, and practical product provides a unique and useful tool for practitioners... regardless of when you graduated from veterinary school. You have a great product. Keep up the great work and thanks again for developing this resource."
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    Dean Tyson, DVM
    Veterinary Medical Center
    Easton, Maryland
  • "I feel that VC provides the most intensive and thoroughly sourced info. on many... important topics of veterinary medicine today. Always looking for the new topics added and what VC brings to it for a more complete understanding."
    Current VetCompanion User
  • "We use VetCompanion to show the clients what is current, preparing them for what they may encounter when we refer them to a specialist. We also use it to counter what misinformation they may have gleaned on the internet."
    Current VetCompanion User
  • "I have found your site to be extremely helpful. I like the format, and really like that you include articles on the subject where available. Your site is concise and thorough."
    Dr. Kate P., Massachusetts
  • "Service is amazing! Loving VetCompanion."
    Dr. Steve K., New York
  • "I work with many practices. One of the great challenges is getting all practitioners on the same page. I see VetCompanion as an excellent resource to allow a veterinary group to create standards of care within a practice group without the anxiety of a battle of opinions. VetCompanion can be the deciding vote. I am very excited veterinarians now have this resource."
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    Debbie Boone, BS, CCS, CVPM, President
    2 ManageVets Consulting, LLC
    Gibsonville, North Carolina
  • "I'm excited about the potential of VetCompanion to help students learn how to effectively practice evidence-based medicine at point-of-care for small animals. VetCompanion covers 725+ clinical and drug topics and is free for veterinary students. I'm looking seriously at an institutional subscription starting with the next budget cycle so clinicians and staff will also have access. By subscribing to VetCompanion, the library is supporting the College in meeting the AVMA COE requirements for Standard 5, Information Resources added in 2016: 'The program must be able to demonstrate, using its outcomes assessment data, that students are competent in retrieving, evaluating, and efficiently applying information through the use of electronic and other appropriate information technologies.' Practice using VetCompanion, at first in problem-based learning cases in years 1-3, and then during the 4th clinical year, will give UTCVM graduates working with small animals the ability to contribute to practice quality and efficiency from day one. Thank you to Suzanne Fricke, DVM, MLIS at Washington State University for letting me know about VetCompanion. (March 2017; COI: I have no relationship with VetCompanion other than facilitating the subscription at our university.)"
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    Ann Viera, MLIS, Veterinary Librarian
    Pendergrass Library
    University of Tennessee Knoxville
  • "This... is amazing."
    Juan D., veterinary student, Class of 2017