Dr. Bryan C. Sharp
BS (Bachelor of Science) Biomedical Science 1983 Summa Cum Laude Texas A&M University
BS (Bachelor of Science) Veterinary Science 1985 Cum Laude Texas A&M University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 1987 Texas A&M University
After earning a degree in Veterinary Medicine, passing the required federal and Texas state board examinations, and receiving a Texas license to practice; Dr. Sharp moved to San Antonio to begin his career in 1987. Dr. Sharp has practiced at several hospitals in the San Antonio area including: Animal Defense League, Alamo Dog and Cat Hospital, Animal Health Associates, Bexar County Emergency Animal Clinic and the Emergency Pet Clinic. Dr. Sharp joined the staff of Pigott Animal Hospital in 1990 and became a partner in 1992. Upon Dr. Ed Pigott's retirement in 1993, Dr. Sharp became the new Chief of Staff of Pigott Animal Hospital. The hospital was renamed SharpCare Animal Hospital in 1994 and Animal Hospital of Westover Hills in 08 when relocated to its current address.
Dr. Sharp's background in both general medicine and critical care makes him well qualified to handle his patients' routine and emergency medical needs. Dr. Sharp has excellent surgical skills in both orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, and has performed thousands of elective sterilization procedures (spays and neuters). As an advocate for reducing the pet over population problem, and the subsequent unnecessary euthanasia of thousands of dogs and cats in San Antonio, Dr. Sharp is a strong believer in early spaying and neuter programs.