Tom Berry BSc (Hons) BVetMed MRCVS
Owner & Veterinary Surgeon
I grew up locally in Steeple Bumpstead near Haverhill, and have fond memories of Sudbury from regular visits to the Kingfisher swimming pool as a child. Having always loved animals, I wanted to be a vet from a young age, inspired by both James Herriot's antics and Sir David Attenborough's nature documentaries.
At Durham University I studied Zoology, graduating with honours; I then joined the BBC where I worked on documentaries for the Science Department. I returned to university to study Veterinary Medicine and qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2010.
I have gained varied and extensive experience across all aspects of general practice (including medicine, surgery, dentistry, diagnostic imaging and emergency and critical care) having worked at an animal hospital and in several smaller practices over the last few years.
My wife and I have two small children and a rescue Jack Russell Terrier called Maggie - you may see her at Reception.
I am extremely excited about opening my own practice and being able to offer Sudbury pets and their owners excellence in clinical services from a friendly and caring team who they can get to know and trust.