Gracyn Johnson DVM
Gracyn was raised in rural southern Saskatchewan on a cow calf ranch. She has always had a passion for animals from a young age, but especially enjoys large animals and all aspects of livestock production. She began her education at Lethbridge College where she obtained her animal science Degree while gaining experience with artificial insemination and feedlot health. She then pursued her degree in Veterinary Medicine at the WCVM in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. During her studies, Gracyn was the recipient of the Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference Scholarship and the Dr. Scott Rairdan Memorial Award for bovine reproduction. She graduated in the spring of 2020 and returned to practice full time with the ICVH, after working here for two previous summers.
Gracyn lives on an acreage at Holden, Alberta with her fiancée, dog and 2 cats. She has always appreciated rural community living and is eager to become involved within the local communities. Gracyn loves the variety rural mixed practice has to offer and is looking forward to seeing many familiar faces around as well as meeting new clients and patients.