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Ridgeline Equine Veterinary Services, Inc. is a mobile veterinary practice located in South Central Indiana. The practice was started in 2011 by local veterinarian Grant Minnemeyer. Service area includes Monroe, Owen, Brown, Morgan, Greene, Clay, Putnam, Vigo, and surrounding counties.

In 2014 the practice expanded its services to include mobile veterinary care for dogs, cats, small ruminants, and other barnyard pets.

Regular business hours for visits with Dr. Minnemeyer are Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm. Appointments with Dr. Miller for small animal house calls can be scheduled for Tuesday from 2:00pm-8:00pm or Thursday from 8:00am-2:00pm.

Because of the nature of a mobile practice, a staff member is not always available to answer the phone. Please leave a detailed message and you will be called back as soon as possible. You may schedule appointments via email as well.

Ridgeline Equine Veterinary’s Mission:

To provide the highest quality veterinary care; to stay current on the latest research, procedures and techniques through on-going professional development; and to create a positive client experience with trust and compassion.


Equine services include but are not limited to:

Small animal services include but are not limited to:

Emergency Services

After hours emergency services are provided for equine patients only. If you have a small animal emergency, there are several 24 hour emergency clinics located on the south side of Indianapolis.
Airport Animal Emergi-Center at 317-248-0832
IndyVet at 317-782-4484.

Payment is always due at the time of service. Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted.


Grant Minnemeyer, DVM is a 2010 graduate of the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school, his goal was to learn and experience as much as he could from different practices in the US and abroad. Dr. Grant was fortunate to spend time in Nevada, Colorado, Kentucky and even New Zealand. During this time he was able to observe and learn from a variety of practicing equine veterinarians.

After graduation from Purdue, he spent a year as an intern at Conley & Koontz Equine Hospital in Columbia City, Indiana. While there, he was able to gain an invaluable amount of knowledge and experience. Many nights were spent administering treatments, performing emergency surgeries, and foaling mares. He even lived at the hospital which provided a unique opportunity to be immersed in equine veterinary care.

Though Dr. Grant’s original interest in veterinary medicine was the equine athlete, he has found that keeping the backyard pasture pet as healthy as possible provides great enjoyment as well. A mentor, the late Dr. George Platt, taught Dr. Grant the importance of the veterinarian-farrier relationship. This relationship has allowed him to learn and treat patients in cooperation with some very good farriers. Client education is very important and he takes pride in providing client education seminars and working with local 4H groups.

Dr. Grant grew up in Ellettsville and enjoys being a part of the south central Indiana community that was so important to him those early years. When not working with animals, he enjoys hiking, fly fishing, and has even been known to make a really good pie. He now resides in Owen County with his wife, son, and two mischievous pups, Pete and Sammy.


Ken Miller, DVM is a native Hoosier and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree also from Purdue University. Since graduation in 1975, he has resided and practiced veterinary medicine in Monroe County. He has been married to his wife and best friend for 43 years and they have two grown children, Anne and Paul.

He quickly adopted the area as not only a place to do business but as his home and the community in which he wanted to be actively involved. He has served as a volunteer with many different community organizations, including: Stinesville Lions Club, Monroe County Fall Festival, RBBCSC Foundation, Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County, Monroe County 4H, Lilly Scholarship Selection Committee, Precision Health Grant Committee, Children’s Farm Festival, and the board of directors of the BBP Water Corporation.

Dr. Ken’s professional career covers 39 years of which he spent the first 32 as a partner/owner of Arlington Heights Animal Hospital with his brother Bob. After the sale of that practice in 2007, he stayed on as a staff veterinarian for 7 additional years. His career has included the practice of medicine and surgery for horses, cattle, hogs, dogs, cats and pocket pets. Though he has experienced and enjoyed a wide variety in his professional career, his greatest interest has always been and remains in the area of preventative medicine and health maintenance of dogs and cats. Dr. Ken is excited to bring his years of experience in veterinary medicine and partner with Dr. Grant to provide compassionate, high quality, professional care for your pets in the convenient and stress-free environment of your home.

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