All Creatures Veterinary Care

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All Creatures Veterinary Care is located in Grayson, Kentucky and offers a variety of veterinary medical services for the pet owner as well as, our farming community. Dr. Donald Gibson and the staff at ACVC will work hard to provide the best possible service and care for your pets as we earn your trust. We pride ourselves in our compassionate care and our efforts to exceed your expectations. We will always strive to provide the best possible care for our patients and their owners.

All Creatures Veterinary Care is a full service animal hospital with two full time veterinarians that provide emergency care as well as preventative medicine, surgery, dentistry, laser therapy, in-house lab and x-ray, geriatric and orthopedic services for our small, large and exotic patients.  We also offer boarding and grooming services and continuously work to provide additional services and new products to better serve our clientele. We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call 606-474-5146 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. ACVC is easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for our pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.
At All Creatures Veterinary Care we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.  

406 E. Main St.  Grayson, Kentucky
41143 606-474-5146

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Meet Our Skilled Team

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  • Donald Gibson
    Veterinarian / Owner of All Creatures Veterinary Care

    Dr. Gibson graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991 and began his veterinary career in Maysville, KY. He moved to Grayson after purchasing Gross Vet Clinic from the late Dr. Gross' family in June 1995. 'Doc' enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine as well as, community service. When not taking care of the 'critters' he enjoys boating, skiing, flying and many other activities with his wife, Cindy. He especially enjoys getting to spend time with his grandchildren, Sam, 8 and Charlotte, 5. He has one son, Jared who lives in Lexington with his wife Emily. Doc has adopted and rescued many animals over the years with the current 'crew' consisting of a chocolate Lab named Derby, three Golden Retriever brothers, Maverick, Goose and Iceman, two cats, Earl and Willie, a pony, Toby and a Clydesdale named Scarlet.

  • Michele McGlone
    Veterinary Technician

    Michele is a Veterinary Technician and self described jack-of-all-trades from surgical and medical assistance to client education to handling inventory. She has been with the hospital since 2005 and finds that her favorite part of the job is helping the patients reunite with their owners after successful procedures. She said that happy parents and patients excited to see each other makes this job awesome! Her fur family consists of three dogs, Coolio, Squidward and Leo and several active cats that were all rescues. She is also the proud Aunt to a 4 dogs, two cats, a pony and a horse. When she is away from the hospital, Michele enjoys watching football, Nascar and basketball games, going on adventures, hunting and spending time with her husband, Stub, family and friends.

  • Tommi Butler
    Veterinary Assistant (seasonal)

    As a Kentucky Christian University student, Tommi started as a volunteer at ACVC in September 2015 and with hard work and dedication earned herself a full time Veterinary Assistant position very quickly. Tommi left for vet school in the fall of 2017 and now comes back to work with her ACVC  family over holidays and breaks. She plans to return to the area to practice small animal veterinary medicine after graduation. Tommi is a 2016 graduate of Kentucky Christian University were she was a four year volleyball player. She says her favorite part of working at ACVC is watching and learning about surgeries and getting to help treat exotics, especially reptiles! Tommi has a dachshund named Daisy, a cat, Lester and a turtle named Speedy. Her hobbies include playing sports, working out, reading and playing the guitar and piano.

  • Vanessa Sullivan
    Groomer / Veterinary Assistant

    Vanessa joined the ACVC family in 2012 and pulls double duty as our groomer and a veterinary assistant. Vanessa is a professionally trained pet groomer and stylist who graduated from Nash Academy of Animal Arts in Lexington, KY. She also interned at Nash for three months following her graduation. Vanessa says she takes great pride in her work and truly finds joy in working with the animals. Vanessa, affectionately known as 'Groomer' has been voted Best Groomer in the Grayson Journal Readers Choice Awards four years! When she is not styling pets, she enjoys hanging out with her two sisters, Hannah and Tori, her daughter, Emma, her four dogs, Danica, Missie and Speck, her three cats, Figaro, Minnie Mouse and Snowflake, two horses, Smiley and Puddin and four chickens, Dorothy, Blanche, Sophia and Rose.

  • Sherri Wallace

    Sherri came to work with the ACVC family in August 2015 after the decision to make a career change to be closer to home. Sherri says getting to know the owners and meeting their pets are some of the favorite parts of her job. Her family includes her husband Bart, two daughters, Evie and Darian, three dogs, Tucker a Great Pyrenees, Jasper a Toy Poodle and Keda a Blue Heeler, two rescue cats, Jinx and K9. Sherri is a proud Lady Raiders mom who loves going to support her daughter Darian and the Lady Raiders Soccer Team. She also loves spending time with Bart fixing up their '69 Camaro and taking it to car shows.

  • Cindy Gibson
    Marketing & Promotions Director / Bookkeeper

    Cindy is responsible for several duties at ACVC including maintaining the clinic website, Facebook page and electronic sign, along with organizing events such as the annual Dog Jog, ACVC Anniversary Celebration and Pets & Kids Trick or Treat night. Cindy is also a fill in receptionist from time to time and bookkeeper. Some of her favorite duties include being  the photographer for the annual Easter Bunny and Santa visits to the clinic and decorating, especially for Christmas!  She has four dogs, Derby, a chocolate Lab, three Golden Retriever brothers, Maverick, Goose and Iceman, two cats, Earl and Willie, a pony, Toby, and a Clydesdale horse named Scarlet. In her spare time Cindy enjoys photography, traveling, boating and flying with her husband Doc.


  • "They are a great bunch of people . They take wonderful care of my Little Floppy Girl.... I couldn't ask for a better group of people to take care of her"
    Michelle Olson Swanagan - Grayson, KY

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