Dr. Nancy Groth


A native Oregonian with pioneer roots, Dr. Groth attended Dartmouth College for an undergrad degree in Art History, and then attended Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 2000. She has worked at various practices throughout Oregon since graduation.

Dr. Groth says she always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian “largely due to my love of my yellow Lab, Beeker, and James Herriot’s books, but took a circuitous route to earning my DVM”. Her favorite parts of veterinary medicine include helping clients to understand their pet’s health care needs so that we can optimize both quantity and quality of life. She also has a strong interest in surgery. Her pets at home include Juno: “the world’s most beautiful Rottweiler”, rescue pup Hank: Pug x Boston Terrier (she thinks), and beautiful kitty “Tree Climbing” Betty who puts the loooong in Domestic Longhair. Her daughter is attending college at University of Oregon, and in her free time she enjoys running and keeping fit, gardening, knitting, reading, and is a self proclaimed huge Beatles fan.