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Brad Davis

W. Bradley Davis


Growing up on a small farm in upstate New York often populated with animals rescued by his parents, Brad started in this profession at a very young age.  A volunteer kennel boy in a local animal clinic at 14, he worked his way to Certified Technician by the time he entered college at Binghamton University.  After doing his pre-vet studies there, he attended the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 1983.  Having practiced in Woodbury ever since, he stopped doing a mixed animal practice in 2005 to build a new clinic and concentrate on a small animal practice.

Throughout the years he has worked with numerous rescue organizations and has been instrumental in establishing animal cruelty case law in Connecticut, including involvement in legislation - setting standards-of-care for rescued animals. He is currently the vice president of the board of doctors of Fast Friends Greyhound Rescue.  He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Cornell University Baker Institute, a world-renowned animal health research facility.

He shares his life with his wife Debra and their three dogs Kona, Reese and Oreo.

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