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Your Veterinarian in Independence KY
Call us at (859) 356-8883

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If you live in Independence or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Dr. Gregory Bach is a licensed KY veterinarian, treating all types of pets. Your pets’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.

Bach Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Dr. Gregory Bach has years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our Independence veterinarian.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call (859) 356-8883 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Independence veterinarian office is very easy to get to -- just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for Independence pet owners.

At Bach Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Dr. Gregory Bach
Independence Veterinarian | Bach Veterinary Clinic | (859) 356-8883

12109 Madison Pike
Independence, KY 41051

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Gregory Bach
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Bach is from the Kenton County area and grew up on the family farm. His passion for animals first developed from being around the farm animals and the family pets. Dr. Bach graduated from Simon Kenton High School before moving on to the University of Kentucky. There he recieved his undergraduate degree and continued onto Auburn University Veterinary School where he graduated in 1985 as a DVM.

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  • Jennifer Kidd
    Veterinary Assistant

    Jennifer has been with Bach Veterinary Clinic since October 2000. She learned about our practice through Dixie Heights High School's job shadowing program. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and care with our clients and patients.

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  • Megan Lake
    Veterinary Assistant

    Megan has been with us since July of 2010, and she has previous experience with another local veterinary clinic. Megan completed college with a Bachelor's Degree in History, but she enjoys working with animals best.

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  • Debbie Wagonner
    Pet Stylist

    Debbie grew up in Quebec, Canada and speaks fluent French! She and her husband, Carus, have a 4 year old daughter named Millie. They also have 2 dogs, Merk and Brillo, and 2 cats, Muffin and Popiscle.

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  • Brook Allen
    Veterinary Assistant

    Brook is currently a student at Morehead State University earning her Bachelor's Degree in Verterinary Science. Upon graduation she has aspirations of attending Auburn University for Vet school. Brook has two chinchillas, Maura and Zuri, a red-eyed king snake, Ruby, and a beagle mix named, Luci. She has always had a love for animal both big and small. She would even like to work with large animals and even exotics when she is finished with vet school.

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Office Hours

By Appointment Only - Please Give us a Call

Bach Veterinary Clinic

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed


Testimonials Articles

  • "Dr. Bach and his staff are the best! We've been going there since 2001 - wouldn't consider taking our cats anywhere else. He is the best vet in northern Kentucky and I recommend him highly. Dr. Bach and the girls are very knowledgeable and thorough with each patient they see. They truly love animals and you can certainly tell!"
    Jennifer H, Verona-client since 2001
  • "Dr Bach and staff treat our pets like family. We wouldn't go anywhere else."
    Jaime Gray, Indpendence- client since 2012
  • "Bach Veterinary Clinic is an excellent place to take your pet. Dr. Bach and the staff are excellent. They are very caring, knowledgeable and efficient. They care for my dogs like they would their own. I highly recommend this practice if you are looking for top notch veterinary care."
    Maggie D, Independence-client since 2006
  • "When my husband and I moved from Northern Kentucky 16 years ago, we had taken our dogs to Dr. Bach for about three years. We felt our dogs received excellent care. When we returned to Northern Kentucky in 2010, we called and made an appointment to talk to Dr. Bach to introduce and reacquaint ourselves with him. Our dogs receive excellent care from Dr. Bach and his staff are the greatest. They are so professional and helpful. I would highly recommend Dr. Bach."
    Brenda B, Independence-client since 1997 and 2011
  • "I came into the office with a sick dog on a Saturday morning, and without an appointment, and somehow they fit me in. My dog wasn't even a patient there "yet"! I will never go anywhere else. The staff was very welcoming, accommodating, and knowledgeable. For a reasonable price, and without waiting for hours, I left with a diagnosis, medication for my pet, and a follow up plan. The veteran assistant was especially helpful and sweet. They really cared about my family pet from the moment I walked in! I would recommend them over and over again. I will try out their grooming services next!"
    Anonymous-verified client
  • "We LOVE Dr. Bach and his entire staff! Our pets get top quality care with personalized attention. We wouldn't take our pets anywhere else."
    Judy R, Walton-client since 2002
  • "Doctor Bach was very good at explaining the possible causes of the situation we had with a cow. And after a few minutes of conversation I knew he was the man for the job."
    Ray S, Butler-client since 2014
  • "Dr. Bach has treated our pet rabbit and our farm animals. He's done an excellent job dealing with both. He's knowledgable, kind, caring and efficient. His staff is excellent as well. We had an emergency with our sheep who had problems lambing and Dr. Bach came out ASAP. Even though we lost her, he tried to help her until the very end."
    Anonymous-verified client
  • "Dr; Bach was very kind and professional. I was in need of emergency care for a 2 month old calf, and he was there even before I was expecting him. He did a good examination and treatment and the price was fair and reasonable.
    I will be ready to call him again when the need arises."
    Barbara D, Covington-client since 2013
  • "Love the Staff! Love Dr. Bach! They are very nice and informative. I don't feel like they are rushing me out the door when i come in. They answer all of my questions and provide me with knowledge and feedback. They all have great personalities and they love and treat my dogs the way I do! Couldn't ask for a better place to care for my pets."
    Steve and Tarin H, Walton-client since 2008
  • "We have taken our pets to Dr. Bach for over 20 years! He is extremely knowledgeable, thoughtful, and warm-hearted. He takes the time to educate pet parents on the condition of their pet. Dr. Bach and his staff are always attentive, prompt, and take the time to get to know your pet and your family. It is comforting to know that whether we are there for a well-check or an emergency, we have never had to question whether or not our pet is in good hands. We have never considered taking our pets anywhere else."
    Vondella C, Independence-client since 2002
  • "Thanks so much for taking great care of Scruffy...you all go over and above caring for your patients, especially Scruffy, he is so happy:):)!!!"
    Mary Catherine B, Walton-client since 2009
  • "Dr. Bach and his staff are excellent. My dog Elli needed double hernia surgery. Another vet clinic in the area performed her last surgery, and she suffered afterward. But after her surgery at Bach Veterinary Clinic, Elli was a happy dog - you would never have known she had just had surgery. Dr. Bach takes his time to spend with his patients and pet parents. His expertise and judgment are priceless. I also like that I didn't have to drop off my dog the night before - I dropped her off the morning of her surgery. Everyone is very friendly - they even helped me out to my car after the surgery. I hope Dr. Bach doesn't plan on retiring any time soon - I don't think there are vets out there like Dr. Bach. His office is well run, clean, friendly and of course the vet care is exceptional and I am very pleased with the outcome. I would definitely recommend!"
    Stephanie M, Edgewood -client since 1999
  • "Dr Bach always treats our pigs well. We tell everyone we meet where we take our pigs."
    Roberta O, Independence-client since 2012
  • "I drive from Cincinnati to have my dog groomed at Bach. :)"
    Patty M, Cincinnati-client since 2014
  • "I brought my dog in for grooming for the first time and was very happy with the results!"
    Sherry M, Independence-client since 2013
  • "We have been extremely happy with our grooming services. Our dog is old and very nervous and, in fact, we were not able to get her groomed at several other groomers. We are so thankful that they have the "touch" and are able to groom Daisey, and she looks, and smells perfect when done! Thank you!!"
    Anonymous-verified client
  • "Very pleased with the 2 dog groomings. Our Schnauzers looked better than we have ever seen them, after a trimming. Thank you!"
    Donna D, Independence-client since 2013
  • "I am always pleased by the grooming offered by the clinic. The staff is always on time and professional. An important clue is our dog's reaction before and after appointments - he doesn't show displeasure except when separating from us to be groomed."
    Blake S, Fort Mitchell-client since 1998

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