Fairview Animal Clinic's Veterinarian
Danielle S. Grigsby D.V.M
Dr. Danielle Grigsby was born and raised in Winchester, Tennessee. Dr. Grigsby has been practicing Veterinary Medicine in the greater Nashville area for the last 8 years. After completing her fourth year of veterinary school at The University of Tennessee in 2013 and graduating from St. George's University, Dr. Grigsby completed a rotating medicine, surgery and emergency internship at Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners in Franklin, Tennessee. After her internship, she worked at Southside Animal Hospital in South Nashville where she was the lead veterinarian of a busy five doctor practice. She left Southside Animal Hospital to pursue her dream of practice ownership.
Dr. Grigsby has two children, Evangeline (Evie 4) and James (2), three dogs Honey (12 year old rescue golden retriever), Millie (12 year old rescue dachshund), Charlie (2 year old cavalier king charles spaniel) and a rescue cat (Rainbow Rocky Top Nibbles- name courtesy of her children). Dr. Grigsby and her husband, Bryan, have lived in Nashville for the last eight years and look forward to moving to the Fairview community.
Dr. Grigsby is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and American Animal Hospital Association. She looks forward to upholding the high medical standards that are required of being an AAHA hospital. Dr. Grigsby is also very involved in the rescue community. She works closely with Roscoe's Rescues.
Dr. Grigsby enjoys spending time with her family, canoeing and traveling in her free time. She is also an active member of St. Henry's Catholic Church in Nashville.
Russell E. Anderson D.V.M
Dr. Russ Anderson grew up in Indiana and graduated from Purdue University in 1978. He has practiced Veterinary Medicine in Fairview, Tn. for the last 30 years.
Dr. Anderson has been an active member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians since 1995 as well as being a member of American Veterinary Medical Assocation, Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.
Dr. Anderson works closely with Harmony Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and provides care to the sick and injured wildlife in their care.
Dr. Anderson has been married 26 years to Patty, a teacher's assistant at Fairview Middle School and has one daughter, Stephanie, who attends Tennessee Tech University. He and his wife share their home with three cats named Larry, Daryl and Daryl.
Dr. Anderson enjoys cooking, especially barbeque, woodworking, photography, and is an active member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.