Sebastian Buzdug, D.V.M.

Dr. Sebastian Buzdug experience spans across many years; He holds an  European Master's  Degree in Veterinary Medical Sciences, a Veterinary Medicine license from Iowa State University as well as many rewards and recognitions from prestigious Medical organizations in North America. Sebastian's work ethic and professionalism was well proven while affiliated with clinics like Banfield Pet  Hospital, Lake Orion Veterinary Hospital and South Sanilac Veterinary Hospital. There, his commitment to providing high quality, progressive veterinary medicine along with compassionate and caring customer service  created a strong bond among him, the client and their animal companions.

While many clients and animals at hospitals where Sebastian served miss him, he will now continue his compassionate legacy for care and support at North Branch Animal Hospital.
Sebastian and the staff at Surrey Veterinary Clinic will strive to make every experience at our hospital an enjoyable occasion, so come on in, big or small, furry or not and let us be the genuine and trustworthy animal hospital you can depend on.

Stephen R. Siegert, D.V.M

Dr. Stephen R. Siegert, a graduate of Michigan State University, has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 43 years with over 40 of those years in the Clare area! Dr Siegert enjoys hunting, fishing and competing in bicycle races with his family. He also enjoys travel adventures with his wife, Peggy, and is a big Michigan State sports fan.


Clinic Manager

Receptionist, with Surrey

Receptionist, with GiGi

College Student at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Tech, with Daisy


Veterinary Assisstant, with Isabella


Receptionist, with Diamond

Veterinary Technician with Mitzi

Veterinary Assistant, with Piper

Veterinary Assistant, with Gigi

Receptionist, with Mitzi

Volunteer Vet Tech, with Spooky

Peg and Julia at the Reception Desk Moving Day, Jan. 2017, Into Our New Facility

Clinic Cats

Casey, Gigi, and Cindy Relaxing at Work!


Our Dogs (in memoriam)


Bear(left) and Beau(right)
Dr. Siegert's beloved hunting buddies will be greatly missed