Jan 1, 2015
Dr. Patrick Warpinski, veterinarian and owner of The Animal House Pet Clinic & The Animal House Groom & Board, is one of 10 veterinarians selected to participate in the NOBIVAC Global Vet Exchange Program. The pilot program sponsored by Merck Animal Health’s NOBIVAC vaccine line, is designed to introduce veterinarians to a different culture, expose them to how veterinary medicine is performed and perceived globally, and share practice philosophies and business models.
“The NOBIVAC Global Vet Exchange is a great way for veterinarians to get new ideas to improve their practice and help their peers to do the same along the way,” said Karin Jager, global marketing director at MSD Animal Health. “MSD Animal Health aims to offer a life-changing experience for not only the veterinarians involved, but also for veterinarians around the world who will be following the blogs and videos posted online.”
On January 4, Dr. Eric Dong, Beijing, China will arrive in Green Bay and spend one week with Dr. Pat observing and working at The Animal House Pet Clinic. On February 14, Dr. Pat will fly to Beijing to complete the exchange and gain his own experiences, “I am very humbled and honored by this exciting venture and I hope to provide Dr. Dong a memorable trip to Green Bay.”
According to local MSD representative, Trisha Wheeler, “The Animal House was specifically chosen because of Dr. Pat’s personal approach practice philosophy.”
Click here for more information about Dr. Warpinski go to www.animalhousegreenbay.com . Information about the exchange program including the blog and a video featuring Dr. Pat can be found at http://www.Nobivac.com
To see photos of the exchange go The Animal House Facebook Page