Grace Brown, DVM

Dr. Alex Adrian

We are excited to introduce our newest resident, Grace Brown, DVM. She is a fierce advocate for preventive dental care and has a passion for both surgery and dentistry. She looks forward to educating and sharing her knowledge and skills with her peers, clients and the community in the interest of advancing the veterinary profession.

Dr. Brown’s interest in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine began at a time when her health care providers recommended a therapeutic animal companion to help her through a difficult medical recovery. Dr. Brown’s experience with her companion dog, Rosie, awoke within her a deep compassion and empathy for animals. She realized that as a veterinarian she could make a positive difference not only in their lives but in the lives of the people who rely on them for their companionship and well being.

Dr. Brown achieved her goal of becoming a veterinarian based on this personal motivation. Now she desires to use this background to advance her knowledge in the field of dentistry and further improve the quality of life for companion animals. Dr. Brown was raised in Duluth, Minnesota. She enjoys spending time with family, friends and her two dogs Rosie and Leo. Some of her favorite past times are oil painting, singing, entertaining, cake decorating and figure skating. Dr. Brown graduated with her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in September of 2015. She completed her clinical training at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center. Dr. Brown received her undergraduate degree in 2010 from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Mathematics.

As most know, periodontal disease and other oral pathology are some of the most commonly observed problems in our four-legged friends; they can create a significant negative impact on an animal's quality of life and many are preventable with regular home hygiene and professional oral care. Dr. Brown feels that providing comprehensive oral care for companion animals is one of the most beneficial activities that she can perform for her patients.