Dr. Jerry D. Gregory has been in business in the Tampa Bay area since 1977. He completed his Bachelor of Science Degree as well as his Master of Science in Biology from Austin Peay State University. He worked in research at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee before entering Auburn University. He graduated from Auburn in 1976 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. After a short time in Laurel, Mississippi he moved his wife, Janice, and their family to the Tampa Bay area in 1977. Dr. Gregory worked at the Tampa Greyhound Track during the racing season for a few years giving him the opportunity to hone his skills in orthopedic surgery. He still works with several greyhound kennels and adoption groups. In 1985, he opened Gregory Veterinary Clinic in the Carrollwood area. He has been at the present location for 25 years now and enjoys seeing clients he has known for 25+ years.
Dr. Gregory is orginially from Hartsville, Tennessee and takes a few trips yearly back to his hometown for a little piece of the 'country'. He enjoys his children and grandchildren. The outdoor life is his passion, especially anything that has fishing, hiking and camping in it. He loves gardening and collects a few antique farm implements which he used as a boy on the farm in Tennessee.
Dr. Ryan is a native of Florida having lived his first 20 years in the Tampa Bay area. He completed his B.S. in Biology at University of Colorado in 2000, and then attended veterinary school at the University of Tennessee graduating in May of 2008. Professionally, Dr. Ryan is most interested in internal medicine, dermatology and surgery. He is very proud to follow in his father's footsteps and embrace the unique opportunity to work side by side with his father. 'Call me Dr. Ryan, my father will always be Dr. Gregory!'
During his time off, Dr. Ryan enjoys spending time with his family. His family includes sons Beckham and Davis, beautiful wife Lacy and a rascally dog named Haven. Dr. Gregory enjoys golfing, fishing, camping and is a enthusiastic supporter of his favorite sports teams. Go Vols!