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Give your pet the thorough and full service veterinary care they need in a relaxing environment that feels like home. We provide the finest quality medical services for your dog, cat, or exotic companion animal so you can rest easy that your beloved pet is in trustworthy and compassionate hands. Let our full time veterinarians
Dr. James Norwood Bryan, Dr. Jeffrey English, and Dr. Harry Greenbaum provide everything from routine vaccinations and preventative care to surgery and more invasive procedures with the knowledge and skills they have acquired over the years.
James Norwood Bryan had the same aspirations as his father and grandfather and graduated from Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Norwood practiced his first two years with Dr. Barry Nichols of Anniston, during which time he met Kathy Carver. They married in August 1987 and moved to Decatur. After practicing for three years with his father, Norwood bought the practice in 1990.
The Bryan family has a tradition of caring for animals. William Bryan graduated from Auburn University in 1916 and practiced with his brother, Monroe Bryan, for several years. He and his wife had seven children, one of whom was William James 'Bud' Bryan. William Bryan was killed in an automobile accident when 'Bud' was twelve years old.
Dr. Bryan followed in his father's footsteps and graduated from Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1957. After practicing with another veterinarian for fifteen years, he started Bryan Animal Clinic.
Dr Jeff English received his DVM from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in
1984. He practiced briefly in Washington state, then entered the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps.
Some of his duties in the military included running clinical services in Yokosuka, Japan, FortLewis, Washington, and El Paso, Texas, and he completed a three year residency in Veterinary Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Walter Reed, and a preceptorship in Zoologic Pathology at The National Zoologic Park, Washington, DC. He retired from the Army and joined Bryan Animal Clinic in 2001.
Dr English and his wife, Elizabeth have two adult children, and are becoming used to being "empty nesters". They share their lives with Abbie, a geriatric cat, Willa, a German Shorthaired Pointer, and Karma, a newly rescued Lab-mix.
Outside of small animal practice, Dr English enjoys SCUBA diving, hiking, photography, and pursuing upland birds and waterfowl with his partner, Willa.
Dr. Harry Greenbaum is a native of Decatur, AL and got his start in veterinary medicine working at Bryan Animal Clinic as a high school student. He attended Mississippi State University where he received both his undergraduate degree in Animal and Dairy Science and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Greenbaum was honored as a Wise Scholar in honor of his high GPA upon graduation and was inducted into the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society. After several years of practice in Clarksville, TN, Dr. Greenbaum returned home to Decatur, AL and Bryan Animal Clinic.
Dr. Greenbaum enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah Beth, son Gus, and their three dogs and two cats. In his free time, Dr. Greenbaum can usually be found enjoying live music or grilling.