Dr. Bryan Beason
Dr. Bryan Beason is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine, class of 2013. He received training in Spokane, Washington and Argentina in Bovine and Equine Medicine. He received a Bachelor's in Animal Science from the University of Tennessee in 2009. Before attending the University of Tennessee, Dr. Beason attended Hiwassee College where he ran cross country. As he continues to grow and develop the practice through the years he remains dedicated to the service and well being of the animals and people of East Tennessee. When asked about his future he remarked, " My goal is to serve as a small veterinary field service practice dedicated to the care and well being of farm and equine animals. I hope, through years, we will continue to grow and one day be a multi doctor full service practice to better serve the people and animals of this region." Dr. Beason is licensed both in Tennessee and Georgia. He continues to consult with other experts in the field to be aware of latest treatment options and animal studies that impact the care his clients receive.
Dr. Bryan Beason grew up in Maryville, TN. A farm boy himself, he discovered a passion for crops and livestock at a very young age. It was on the farm with his father and friends he developed his work ethic and passion for the well being of livestock. Today, he is still involved with his family farm raising livestock, row crops, and hay. He also farms with his wife, Mia Sage Lowry Beason. The two raise livestock in Monroe County on their fourth generation family farm. Dr. Beason has a soft spot for the youth in the area and is often seen at local 4-H shows writing health certificates or helping the children with their animals. When asked about his efforts to involve children in farm experiences Beason remarked, "Children are our future. If they have meaningful farm experiences to plant, learn, and lead, it will stay with them the rest of their lives." In his spare time he enjoys training for endurance events such as marathons, triathlons,and obstical courses.