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Dr. Brady Thompson

Dr. Brady Thompson was born and raised in West Lafayette, Indiana. Both of his parents worked for Purdue University; his mother as a nurse practitioner and his father managed the Horticulture Research Farm. Brady was always drawn to animals from a young age, and decided to become a veterinarian as soon as he discovered there was a job where he could work with animals each day. He was active in 4H growing up where he showed dairy cattle and poultry. He studied Animal Sciences at Purdue University and received a Bachelor of Science with distinction. He was accepted into the Veterinary Scholars Program and continued on at Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine graduating with honors. 
Brady has always appreciated the role a veterinarian has in the community, one that builds relationships with people and serves them by helping their animals. Brady is involved with the Christian Veterinary Mission organization. He has been to Mongolia spending much of his time there traveling the remote countryside and educating herders and rural vets on how to improve their flocks and herds. He and his wife have also served on the Havasupai Native American Reservation at the bottom of the Grand Canyon caring for dogs, cats, horses, and mules. Brady plans to continue veterinary mission work where veterinary medicine has a unique role in helping people, animals, and improving communities. He is happy to be at AMC where he can work on all different species. His special interests include small animal surgery, equine community practice, and equine reproduction. Brady’s wife, Tori, works as an academic advisor and career counselor at Pike’s Peak Community College. Brady and Tori love living in Colorado and enjoy mountain biking, hiking 14’ers, skiing, and horseback riding. They have a cat named Mack and a Quarter Horse named Sawyer. Their dog, Chauncey, loves going on runs, hikes, and coming to Milo’s Day Camp here at AMC.