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Welcome Dr. William Draper!
Olivia_WebMD_Staff posted:
Hi everyone!

Please join me in welcoming William "Dr. Will" Draper, DVM , as a guest expert here on the Pet Health community.

Dr. Will is a well-known small animal Vet in the Atlanta, GA, area and has even had his own radio segment, "Critter Chatter" on a local station. He will be here to answer questions and provide information about general pet health.

We know everyone will enjoy having his expertise added to this wonderful board.

Take care,
WebMD Community Staff
Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
I'd like to welcome Dr Draper to the Pet Health Community!

I'm your board moderator here!

You sound like you have a quite the pet menagerie with 4 dogs and 3 cats!

- Annie
srstephanie responded:
Welcome Dr Draper!

Are you are the same Dr William Draper who posted on the PetVetCafe group ... though you signed your name there as "bill dvm"?

If so, I recall you posting last summer that you were about to start your residency in neurology. I hope it is going well. We look forward to your expertise here. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and gifts.

Stephanie in Montreal
srstephanie replied to srstephanie's response:
Oooops, I just read Dr Draper's bio and I jumped to conclusions and see that he is not the same Dr Draper that posted on another list. But my welcome here stands. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

Stephanie in Montreal
William Draper, DVM responded:
Thanks for the warm welcome, Olivia! I'm looking forward to it.
________ Dr. Will
William Draper, DVM replied to Annie_WebMD_Staff's response:
Annie: Yes, my wife and I have rescued quite a few furry friends over the years. They certainly keep it interesting!
________ Dr. Will
William Draper, DVM replied to srstephanie's response:
I'm glad to know there is another Dr. William Draper out there making me sound so darned intelligent! Neurology...nice! Thanks for the welcome and posts, Stephanie.
________ Dr. Will


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