Dr. Bryan Bondurant
Dr. Bryan Bondurant received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1985 from the University of Tennessee. After practicing in Ashland City and Antioch, he purchased the Arrendale Animal Clinic in 1989 and later renamed it Critter Clinic. The Critter Clinic moved into its current modern facility in 2003. Dr. Bondurant is very active in the community and in his professional organizations. He is a member of the Gallatin Morning Rotary Club, a Sunday school teacher and deacon at First Baptist in Hendersonville and serves on the task force planting a new church - Creekside Fellowship in Castalian Springs. He is also an active member of the University of Tennessee and UT-Martin Alumni Associations, the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Bondurant currently serves on the board for Decisions, Choices and Options which promotes abstinence, adoptions and parenting to teens and foster care adults. He recently completed a full term on the Tennessee Board of Veterinary Medicine serving as president the final two years and served as a charter board member for Living Sent Ministry. Dr. Bondurant has been on mission trips to Brazil three times and Haiti twice. He and his wife, Becky, reside in Gallatin with their two children, Natalie and William, and their dog Penny a Yorkie.
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