— Meet Our Veterinarians —
Dr. John Twehues, Jr.
Dr. Twehues, Jr. graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1998 with a Bachelors Degree in animal science. He then attended Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2002. He worked for six years at a very large, progressive small animal hospital (Woodford Veterinary Clinic) in Versailles, Kentucky . In July of 2007 he joined Grant County Veterinary Clinic. He enjoys orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. His wife's name is Stephanie, and he has two daughters, Maggie Grace and Allie Anne, and a son named Charlie. He is an active member of Ducks Unlimited.
Dr. Twehues, Jr. was awarded the 2012 Young Achiever Award during Auburn University's 105th Annual Conference. Recipients must be nominated, then the awards committee of the college's Alumni Advisory Council selects members of Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine as recipients. Nominees are known for their accomplishments in veterinary medicine, their outstanding community service, and for their advancement of animal health.
Dr. Kevin Bueter
A native of Ft. Thomas and one of five children, Dr. Bueter is a 2010 graduate of the University of Louisville, majoring in biology. He graduated magna cum laude in 2014 from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and has particular interest in radiology and ultrasound procedures. Dr. Bueter enjoys outdoor sports and spending time with his Bloodhound, Fred.