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Our Roots (1962-1991)

Having served the community for over 50 years, the beginnings of Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital can best be described as humble. Starting in their garage, Dr. J.C. Crowley and his one “employee”, Myra Jane Crowley, juggled building the practice and raising their six children. From these humble beginnings arose Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital. Over the next 30 years Dr. and Mrs. Crowley would build one of the largest, and longest established veterinary practices in Northern Kentucky.

Our Roots (1962-1991)

Having served the community for over 50 years, the beginnings of Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital can best be described as humble. Starting in their garage, Dr. J.C. Crowley and his one “employee”, Myra Jane Crowley, juggled building the practice and raising their six children. From these humble beginnings arose Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital. Over the next 30 years Dr. and Mrs. Crowley would build one of the largest, and longest established veterinary practices in Northern Kentucky.

Slide The Growth (1991-2003) Over the next several years the practice would see a lot of changes and upward growth with the addition of multiple staff members and future partners joining the practice. Dr. Paul Garofolo in 1986, Dr. Mike Crowley in 1991, and then Dr. Steve Enzweiler in 1997. In 2003, The growth of the practice. Resulted in the addition of a satellite clinic in Falmouth, Pendleton County Veterinary Hospital. It was during this period that in response to the changing demographics of the community, Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital began shifting from a mixed practice also treating farm animals to primarily a small animal business.

Weathering the Storms (2003-2018)

Many changes were to come for the practices in the following 12 years. Dr. J.C. Crowley hung up his stethoscope in 2009, having paved the way for even more growth in the future. The hospital officially stopped doing farm animal medicine in 2013. The wonderful community support allowed the hospital to outgrow its current building, around the time they received notice of imminent domain in 2015. Due to a new road being proposed through the current location, property was purchased a few miles north of the business for construction of a larger, modern facility. Work began on the new property in 2017, and would continue well into 2018.

Turning a New Leaf (2018-Current)

In the summer of 2018, Grants Lick Bed and Biscuits became the areas only dedicated boarding facility;located right next to the new Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital. The grand opening of the state-of-the-art, 12,000+ square foot GLVH building quickly followed in October 2018. While our location and size has changed, our mission has stayed the same: Constantly strive to provide high quality veterinary care in a compassionate manner, by utilizing effective client communication, a friendly, knowledgeable, professional staff, and an active involvement in the community.

Turning a New Leaf (2018-Current)

In the summer of 2018, Grants Lick Bed and Biscuits became the areas only dedicated boarding facility; located right next to the new Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital. The grand opening of the state-of-the-art, 12,000+ square foot GLVH building quickly followed in October 2018. While our location and size has changed, our mission has stayed the same: Constantly strive to provide high quality veterinary care in a compassionate manner, by utilizing effective client communication, a friendly, knowledgeable, professional staff, and an active involvement in the community.

Making a Difference

I just wanted to thank you and your staff for helping my Daisy. We came in for mobility issues and pain. Dr. Kate was so so nice… Here we are less than one week later and my baby girl is running and playing like she used to! You all just got a new client for life!!! Thank you again!

Alane

After hundreds of dollars and multiple visits to another vet (closer to home), I went back to Grants Lick. Dr. Middendorf was able to get Auggie’s skin cleared up and his hair to grow back within a short period of time. It is well worth the hour and a half drive to keep him healthy!

Thanks to the doctors and staff for loving and caring about Auggie (and Vader) as much as our family does.

Lori

I would recommend anyone bring their fur babies here. They love your pets like they are their own, and truly go above and beyond to make sure they are happy, and comfortable. I cannot express with words how much we appreciate the vet, and staff here. Again, I cannot say it enough… Thank you SO very much

Tessa

Making a Difference

I just wanted to thank you and your staff for helping my Daisy. We came in for mobility issues and pain. Dr. Kate was so so nice… Here we are less than one week later and my baby girl is running and playing like she used to! You all just got a new client for life!!! Thank you again!

Alane

After hundreds of dollars and multiple visits to another vet (closer to home), I went back to Grants Lick. Dr. Middendorf was able to get Auggie’s skin cleared up and his hair to grow back within a short period of time. It is well worth the hour and a half drive to keep him healthy!

Thanks to the doctors and staff for loving and caring about Auggie (and Vader) as much as our family does.

Lori

I would recommend anyone bring their fur babies here. They love your pets like they are their own, and truly go above and beyond to make sure they are happy, and comfortable. I cannot express with words how much we appreciate the vet, and staff here. Again, I cannot say it enough… Thank you SO very much

Tessa