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Dr. Mary Fuller worked for many years in a busy small animal practice in Minneapolis, Minn.
Before becoming a veterinarian, she was a writer at an advertising agency and worked on numerous animal health accounts. Since that time, she has written pet owner and veterinary communications for a wide array of animal health companies, including: Merial, Zoetis, Novartis, Hills, Bayer Animal Health, Purina PetCare, Abbott Animal Health, P&G Pet Care and more.
She has also worked on marketing communication for the North American Veterinary Conference, Clinician’s Brief and Veterinary Team Brief.
Dr. Fuller shares a home with her Shiba Inus Arlo and Iris, as well as Enzo, a silver tabby.
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