John Bryk, DVM

As a founding member of TPSG, John P. Bryk, DVM, brings over 18 years of practice ownership and business savvy.  He understands the importance of constant growth in veterinary medicine and he enjoys sharing critical steps to owners who are preparing to sell their business in three to five years.  Selling your life’s work is a milestone that requires proper planning today, to increase its net worth before you are ready to sell.

In 2018, Dr. Bryk and his partner Dr. Bill Crank worked with 82 veterinarians along the east coast to provide appraisals, facilitate buy-in/buy-out, or market and negotiate private and corporate sales.

Areas of Expertise

Dr. Bryk also established a unique supplement business. Golden Link Microbial Supplements specializes in developing mineral and vitamin formulations for specific problems of the different animal species. The company now sells canine, camelid, equine, and bovine products throughout the United States.

Dr. Bryk is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, and The American Association of Equine Practitioners. He is also an active member of the Farm Bureau and Medina County Agriculture Society.

Dr. Bryk’s roots stem from growing up and working on the family’s 200 cow dairy farm, where efficiency determined not only profit but also survival. He graduated from The College of Wooster and earned his veterinary degree from The Ohio State University of Veterinary Medicine.

In his free time, Dr. Bryk enjoys working with the local 4-H groups, advising them in their building and animal projects.

Recent Testimonial

“When I decided to look into the prospects of selling my practice in the fall of 2017, I called John Bryk of TPSG after seeing their ad in the AVMA Journal. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I could not be more satisfied with TPSG in regards to their professionalism, effort and results. Throughout the entire process it was readily apparent that John Bryk’s entire focus was looking out for my best interests and helping me achieve the best possible end result for myself, my family, my employees and my clients.”                                   

Michael Harres, DVM