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Welcome to Kinetic Vet

Founded by practicing veterinarians, Kinetic Vet's dedication to develop innovative healthcare solutions for equine and companion animals place the Kinetic Vet brand in the forefront of animal science. Focused on bringing researched and result oriented products to the market, we strive to strengthen the veterinarian/owner relationship.

Kinetic Vet is a privately owned animal health supplement manufacturer that is headquartered in Lexington, KY. Founded in 1999 to provide animal health nutritional supplements, the company has since evolved into a well-rounded organization providing products for the veterinary, animal health and human health industries.

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The company, which began as a small regional business, has grown into a worldwide presence, conducting business with various distribution outlets throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, and Australia.

In continued pursuit to provide the highest quality products, Kinetic Vet is committed to research. The research and development team consists of some of the most respected scientists in their profession. Our goal is to continue to provide safe, well researched and the most innovative products on the market.

The team at Kinetic Vet
(877) 786-9882

961 Beasley Street Suite 270
Lexington, KY 40509

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Cisco Sanchez

    Cisco Sanchez- Born and raised in North Central New Mexico, Cisco worked on his family’s ranch and farm in his younger years. Soon after, he began working in equine and cattle field sales. Cisco now works as a veterinary specialist, outside sales rep in the Northwest and Southwest states which includes California. Contact [email protected]

  • JD Hill

    JD Hill has twenty-plus years in the animal health industry focusing primarily on equine veterinary medicine.  He has a wide array of experience including, distribution, marketing, manufacturing and product development of both pharmaceuticals and medical devices. J.D. is the national sales manager for Kinetic Vet and oversees all aspects of current products as well as new product expansion.  J.D. Hill currently resides in Greenville, KY. Contact [email protected]

  • Hannah Miller

    Hannah, a graduate of the University of Central Florida, has a deep background in Harness Racing. She is the daughter of 2005 Trainer of the Year, Erv Miller. Hannah is an active member of the United States Trotting Association and has competed in amateur races all around the world. She was named USHWA Amateur Driver of the Year two consecutive years, breaking the record for victories in a single season. Hannah was the first female to represent the United States in the World Cup of Amateur Racing. She has a love for animals and a strong passion for the equine industry. Hannah’s territory includes the northeast states and Florida. Contact [email protected]

  • Scott W. Pierce, DVM

    Scott W. Pierce, DVM, was the second of five siblings raised in Maryville, Missouri, a small college town and farming community. Scott was influenced by his father, an actively mixed animal veterinarian in Missouri for 47 years, and upon graduating from Northwest Missouri State University, Scott Pierce enrolled in the University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine.

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  • Stuart L. Pierce, DVM

    Stuart L. Pierce, DVM, much like his brother, was influenced by his father. After graduating from Northwest Missouri State University, Stuart entered the University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

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    Robert was on the gold medal-winning three-day eventing team at the 2003 Pan American Games. He finished 8th place at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. In addition, Robert has finished in the top ten at some of the world's most challenging eventing competitions - Rolex *, USET Fall Championship at Fair Hill CCI *, Bromont * and North Georgia CCI *. Robert's famous partners include Dalliance, Chevalier, Lust and Mr. Blue Sky. His horses take Chondrogen EQ.

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    Robert Costello
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    The demands and challenges of today's Olympic 3-day event require cutting-edge health care, management, and training for our horses. The addition of Kinetic's CONQUER to our program has improved our horses' overall soundness and helped them maximize their competitive abilities.

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    Marcia Kulak
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    Over the years I have tried numerous joint supplements on my barrel horses with unsatisfactory results. My older horse would come out of the stall a little stiff in her hocks and I would have to inject periodically. Then I was recommended to use Chondrogen EQ and my horses are proof that your product makes a difference in their performance. My mare no longer comes out of her stall stiff and my other barrel horses are turning quicker. My vet flexed my mare and says that she looks great and that there is no need to inject. I recommend Chondrogen EQ to all my friends and clients.

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    Kiki Yaron

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Lexington Office

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Tuesday:

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