Staff

Meet the friendly staff of Bryan Animal Clinic!

  • Morgan Brook
    Groomer

    My name is Morgan, I've had a lifelong passion for animals. I have been a certified groomer for 6 years with a specialty in aggressive and senior pets. I've worked as a veterinary technician for 3 years. I have a home full of love with eight animals and a husband of two years.

  • Ariel Richey
    Kennel Supervisor

    My name is Ariel, I have been working for Bryan Animal Clinic as a technician and receptionist for 2 years. I love getting to see all of your wonderful pets everyday. I like to read in my spare time.

  • Jessi Bowen
    Tech

    I'm Jessi, I work as a veterinary technician at Bryan Animal Clinic while attending Auburn University for Pre- Vet Animal Science.  I have 3 dogs and 7 cats of my own. In my spare time I like to paint.

  • Laney Mause
    Receptionist

    My name is Laney, I have been working for Bryan Animal Clinic for almost one year. I have two pets of my own, Kilo and Roxy. I am newly married, on my time off me and my husband, Khi are working on our new home.

  • Dr.
    James Norwood Bryan
    DVM
    Veterinarian

    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. After practicing for three years with his father, Norwood bought the practice in 1990. 

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  • Harry Greenbaum
    DVM
    Veterinarian

    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.

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  • Jess Long
    Office Manager

    My name is Jess I have been working for Dr. Bryan for 5 years now.  The staff here is the best I have ever worked with and I love coming to work everyday. I have a son, Christian, we like to watch movies in our spare time.

  • Versace Bryan
    Assistant to the Office Manager

    I'm Versace, I have been at Bryan Animal Clinic for 9 years now, I enjoy sleeping and roaming the halls.  I tend to be a little frisky, I'm not much of a morning cat. 

  • Wesley Irish
    Kennel Assistant

    My name is Wesley Irish. I'm currently working part time two days a week while I work on my electrical engineering degree. I have always had a great passion for animals and enjoy taking care of your fur babies.

  • Luke "Gone but not Forgotten" Davenport
    Kennel Assistant

    I'm Luke I have been working here at Bryan Animal Clinic for a little over a year. I have one dog, Uno, I enjoy taking her to the park for walks and playing.  

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Our Office

Monday:

7:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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