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Thank you for choosing the Fulton-Miami County Veterinary Clinics for the health and well-being of your pets. Both clinics were established by Dan Quinlan, DVM. They were built to satisfy a growing demand for superior veterinary care for a rapidly expanding pet population at our clinics.
The needs of your pets will be satisfied by our friendly, trained staff of receptionists, technicians and veterinarians. We believe in a total health care concept, designed to provide quality care for your pet from infancy through their senior years. Our emphasis is on preventative medicine, client education, and quality care to ensure healthy, long-living pets.
A proud Graduate of Michigan State University, Dr. Dan moved to Indiana in 1978
to pursue his veterinary career. In 1984, he opened the Fulton County Clinic, specializing in the treatment large and small animals. In 1989, he expanded his practice, building a clinic in Miami County. Dr. Dan treats four legged family members only. He also raises and breeds beef cattle on his farm north of Rochester. He enjoys landscaping, fishing, gardening, sports and is an avid golfer. He is happily married to his wife, Kathy. Together they enjoy their four children and eleven grandchildren.
A new addition to the Fulton County Vet Clinic family, Dr. Noel Ratliff joined the staff in July of 2015. Prior to joining Dr. Quinlan, Dr. Ratliff spent 13 years working as a small animal veterinarian in Marion. Although he’s not a specialist, he enjoys working with small mammals like rabbits, ferrets, rats and guinea pigs.
He was born and raised in Gas City and is the eldest of three children. His Grandfather, also a veterinarian, encouraged Dr. Ratliff to pursue a career caring for animals. After high school, he took the short trip to West Lafayette and Purdue University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and then a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Along the way, he met his wife Catina, also a Purdue graduate.
Dr. Ratliff currently resides in Marion with his wife, his 3 active boys (ages 3, 7, and 10), 1 lovable dog who’s a pure bred mutt, 2 cats, and a number of guinea pigs, ducks and chickens. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with his family. A true outdoors enthusiast, Dr. enjoys hiking, camping, and bike riding.