Dr. Alice Sudduth – Chief of Staff @ Inwood
Dr. Alice Sudduth has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1999, after graduating with honors from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys working with clients to provide the best care possible for their pets.
Dr. Sudduth grew up in Arkansas, but has called Jefferson County, WV home since 1999. She lives on a farm near Middleway with her two sons, Jack and Andrew, her dog, Rosie, nine cats, four horses, two guinea pigs and six fish. In her spare time, she enjoys riding horses, playing football and basketball with her boys, downhill skiing, running and reading.
Dr. Briardo Reich – Chief of Staff @ Big Spring
Dr. Briardo Reich started his employment with Big Spring Animal Hospital in the fall of 2006. In addition to being a full-time veterinarian for Big Spring Animal Hospital, he also practices medicine for the Berkeley County Humane Society to perform spays and neuters for adopted pets. He has been providing his services to rescue programs for over 6 years.
Prior to coming to Big Spring Animal Hospital, Dr. Reich worked for several Emergency clinics through out the United States giving him valuable shock/trauma experience. Reich was also in private practice in San Luis, Argentina where he practiced large animal medicine and overall farm management. Also in San Luis, Argentina, Dr. Reich worked in the Department of Agriculture to control infectious diseases and eradicating Foot and Mouth Disease.
Dr. Reich completed the ECFVG Program with particular training in small animal surgery from Tuskegee University in Alabama in 2004 after completing his rotations in Large Animal Surgery, Small Animal Medicine, Oncology, Diagnostic Imaging, Community Practice necropsy/laboratory on Large and Small Animals, Anesthesiology on Small and Large Animals at Purdue University.
He enjoys surgeries of many kinds as well as internal medicine and wellness exams.
Dr. Casey Cleveland
Dr. Casey Cleveland joined our team in February 2016, as a full time associate. She attended Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC for her undergrad assignments and then traveled to Australia. She graduated from Murdoch University School of Veterinary & BioMedical Science in Perth, Western Australia in 2015.
Dr. Cleveland has been working in the veterinary field of Veterinary Medicine for 20 years as a nurse. Now as a graduated veterinarian, she can combine what she has learned in school, with what she has learned while working as a nurse. She greatly enjoys working with clients and patients alike.
In her spare time, she enjoys going hiking with her husband, Jason, and watching the Mountaineers play football. Dr. Cleveland is a HUGE Washington Capitals fan!! She has 2 dogs, Sydney and Darwin plus 4 cats, Jackson, Murray, Nikki and Bo.
Dr. Susan Harper
Dr. Susan Harper became part of our team in 2006, on a part-time basis. She graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Louisiana State University in 1999. She has since obtained Board Certification in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Veterinary Preventive Medicine.
In her other life and full time job, she is Director of the Office of Research Oversight for the United States Department of Veteran Affairs in Washington, DC. She also serves as a consultant for the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International.
Dr. Harper resides with her husband in Shepherdstown, WV along with several Australian Shepherds and two cats.
Dr. Karen Davenport
Dr. Karen Davenport has been with us for many years as a part time veterinarian. She graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine of Tufts University. She lives in Clarke County, Va. with her husband, two children and several dogs, cats and horses. She has an interest in acupuncture for animals and enjoys talking with owners about the care of their pets.
Dr. Melissa Butts
Doctor Melissa Butts, referred to as Missy by all who know her, lives with her husband Larry and their two kids, Gary 7 and Dane 6. Missy has an assortment of pets consisting of 2 dogs, 4 cats, 3 guinea pigs, fish, a bearded dragon, and recently adopted a parrot (great, one more thing that talks back). Do you think she loves animals?
Missy has been in the veterinary field for over 20 years and carries with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. She acquired these attributes from various working environments such as Berkeley Springs Animal Hospital (first job as a new vet), Moorefield Animal Hospital (owned and operated by her), Valley Emergency Veterinary Clinic in Winchester (Chief of Staff), Big Spring Animal Hospital and Inwood Animal Center (yes, she is one of ours), and Banfield Pet Hospital (Medical Director for the Northeast Region).
Missy received the Make The Difference Award for Line Leadership while employed at Banfield. This award is presented by Mars Inc. to associates who have made positive impacts through outstanding line management or team leadership, demonstration of the Five Principles and delivery of great results through people. In addition, she was voted Medical Director of the Year 2013 by her peers.
Missy has decided to return to us part- time, as she misses the personal bonds that are created between the vet, the pet, and the pet owner. This is her passion and the reason she became a veterinarian.