Dr. Sabrina Grinstead
Dr. Sabrina Grinstead grew up on a farm—the youngest of six siblings—in the small town of Nazareth, Texas, with chickens, guinea hens, cattle, hunting dogs, and barn cats. Her first dog was a mutt named Special.
In college, she volunteered for a mixed animal veterinarian and found her career calling. Her spirit animal is the dragon: courageous, powerful, and strong.
In 2001, Dr. Grinstead graduated from Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She first applied her talents at a mixed animal practice that also handled emergencies. Dr. Grinstead has experience as a large-animal mobile vet, a relief vet, and for two years an emergency vet: one of the toughest jobs a veterinarian can ever do.
In 2006, Dr. Grinstead moved to Durham to focus on what she loves most: small animal medicine and surgery. Hoping to make a difference in her adopted community, in 2011 she became the owner of Eno Animal Hospital. Her mission has always been to provide high-quality care with compassion.
At Eno she has fulfilled her passion for practicing the best medicine and helping clients make the best decisions for their pets. Her favorite part of leading Eno is working with an amazing team to help as many pets as possible. Her proudest and fondest moment was when we moved into our beautiful new building in February 2019.
Dr. Grinstead is so excited for Eno’s future: to grow our hospital and practice even better, state-of-the-art medicine. The Eno team is here to make sure your fur babies live long, healthy, happy lives.
Eno Animal Hospital is your other family doctor. Dr. Grinstead is committed to carrying on the friendly, family feel Eno was built on more than 30 years ago.
Dr. Grinstead lives right down the road with her husband, Brad; their two children; dog Leia; and cats Sprite and Capiche. She enjoys reading, crocheting, gardening, and computer games.
Her motto is: "I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness I can show to any being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again."