Dr. Gregory L Bach, Owner, 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.
Dr. Bach worked in Grant County at a mixed animal practice for 4 years before starting the Bach Veterinary Clinic in 1989. Dr. Bach sees a wide variety of all size companion animals. He is unique in the fact that he is one of the last veterinarians in the area who still treats small animals (cats and dogs) and large animals (cows, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, etc). Dr Bach is a strong believer and follower of the behavioral training techniques of the Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan. He offers consultations in making your dog ‘happy and balanced.’ Remember, a true ‘pack leader’ always stays calm and assertive!
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.
Megan is a native of Harrison, Ohio but moved to Independence in 2008 with her husband Trevor. Their family consist of 2 fabulous four legged friends; Alex, an American Eskimo and Alpine, a little German Shepherd/Blue Heeler Mix. She enjoys military history, especially the Eisenhower era, collecting memorabilia from the 40’s and 50’s and decorating her charming house.
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.
Jennifer has a chocolate Labrador Retriever named Emmett, a black Labrador Retriever named Doug and 5 cats: Mickey, Kitten, Ollie, Timmy and Tommy. She enjoys spending time with her family, hanging out with friends and enjoying the outdoors with Emmett.
Lisa Buntin, Veterinary Assistant
Lisa started working with us in May of 2022 but has been in the veterinary medicine field for over a year and a half now. She is currently working towards an associate’s degree in veterinary technology at Penn Foster. Lisa is particularly passionate about working with both large and exotic animals.
In her free time, Lisa enjoys being outdoors. She loves to camp, hike, and fish with her husband and multiple fur babies. She has three large dogs named Cabela, a mixed breed, Maple, an English Mastiff, and Thor, a Chow mix, as well as a bearded dragon named Kate. Her love for animals has led her towards this career.
Kennedy Wyatt, Veterinary Assistant
Kennedy started the job shadowing program with us in the summer of 2021 while obtaining her high school degree at Simon Kenton. While working here, she discovered her ambition to become a Veterinary Technician, with a particular interest in large animal medicine. Currently, she is training at Edgewood Fire/EMS and will continue her education in veterinary technology at Penn Foster in the future.
Kennedy enjoys her free time outdoors, barrel racing, hiking, and off-roading. Kennedy has a Texas heeler named Cash, and a bay off the track thoroughbred named Cardi as well as two pygmy goats named Otis and Reba. Kennedy is excited to start the next chapter of her life caring for animals at our clinic.
Kay Richey, Groomer
Kay is a Northern Kentucky native. She graduated from the Nash Academy of Animal Arts in early 1990’s. She has been married 20yrs to her husband Bruce and they have a son Danny and one grandson and one granddaughter. They live on their farm in Dry Ridge along with a cat named Allie, Bull Mastiff named Toby, rescued Mixed breed named Windy and horses named Pilgrim, Samson and Oreo. Her hobbies include riding horses and motorcycles.
Midge, Clinic Cat
Hello! My name is Midge and I was brought to Bach Veterinary Clinic November 13th, 2017.
Since then I have come to love the staff here and now I call the clinic home. I can be a little spicy at times but for the most part, I am very sweet. Although bashful at first, I enjoy meeting new people and pets!
” A dog… is a bond between stangers.”
– John Steinbeck, American Author