Dr. Goodwin Seymour is a graduate of the University of Florida and Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he earned a DVM degree in 1973. He has practiced at Jackson Veterinary Hospital since his graduation.
The technique developed by Dr. Jackson to extract adult heartworms associated with Caval Syndrome is a unique surgical procedure still performed by Dr. Seymour. Now semi-retired, he is available on a limited basis. His interests include preventive veterinary medicine, surgery, and orthopedics. He also has extensive experience with CCL repair surgeries.
Dr. Seymour shares his house with Ace (German Shepherd), as well Pouncy, his resident cat.