The Compassionate, Experienced Pet Care Staff
of Arlington Heights Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Dale Miller, Practice Owner & Veterinarian
Dr. Dale Miller began his education at Purdue University before attending veterinary school at Ross University. He completed his first clinical year at Auburn University in Alabama before starting a professional career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Miller lives with his wife, Lori, and three little boys, Mason, Luke, and Alex. He loves spending time at home with his family and pets, Walker, Eiger, and Morgan. And when he gets some free time, it's time to fish.
Dr. Ken Miller, Veterinarian
Dr. Ken Miller received his doctoral degree in veterinary medicine from Purdue University in 1975 and joined Arlington Heights shortly after, staying on as owner until 2007. He has lived in Monroe County for the past 37 years and is happily married to his wife of 40 years, Dianne. They have two grown children, Anne and Paul. Dr. Miller is an involved member of his community, participating in organizations such as the Monroe Community Foundation, Lilly Scholarship Committee, BBP Water Corp. Board, and Stinesville Lions Club. His other interests include sports, woodworking, landscaping, antiques, and collectible cars.
Dr. Robert Miller, Veterinarian
Dr. Robert Miller attended Purdue University's School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating with his doctorate in 1969. Away from the hospital, he enjoys life at home with his wife, Ginger, and two sons, Dale and Zack. Dr. Miller's favorite pet in his many years as an animal lover was a rescued Rottweiler that lived to the remarkable old age of 14. When it's time to decompress, he turns to his hobbies—fishing and working in the garden.
Dr. Grant Minnemeyer, Veterinarian
Dr. Grant Minnemeyer is a graduate of the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and is a full-time veterinary doctor at Arlington Heights. Dr. Minnemeyer splits his time between the hospital and his home, where he resides with his wife, Colleen, and dog, Pete. His non-work interests include hiking, fly fishing, and skiing whenever he can.
Gina Bennett, Veterinary Assistant & Technician
Gina Bennett graduated with honors from Bedford North Lawrence High School and received her Certified Surgical Technician degree from Vincennes University before joining our team. Gina is currently in the process of fixing up a 160-year-old farm for her large family and their many animals: three dogs, three horses, two goats, and 25 chickens. In her spare time, she enjoys horseback riding, camping and outdoor activities, crocheting and embroidery, and watching all movies, good and bad, especially Disney.
Megan Shean, Veterinary Assistant
Megan Shean works as a Veterinary Assistant at Arlington Heights and studied at Indiana University. Megan currently lives in Bloomington with her husband, Mike, and their pets: a dog, Dinah; a cat, Miko; and a turtle named Ursula. In her time away from the hospital, Megan loves to read, hike, play tennis, train Dinah, and go swimming.
Michelle Whitman, Veterinary Assistant
Michelle Whitman holds an associate's degree in animal science from Purdue University and is currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program at Penn Foster. She lives in Bloomfield, where she owns a dairy goat farm with more than 20 goats, two horses, five dogs, and several cats. Michelle's favorite activities outside of work include showing dairy goats, riding horses, and Zumba fitness.
Michael Livingston, Practice Manager
Michael Livingston attended Shelbyville High School and Indiana University before finding his place as Practice Manager at Arlington Heights. Mike enjoys spending time at home with his wife, Jennifer; their two dogs, Junebug and Rocco; and two cats, Boo and Gus. When he gets a moment away from the hustle and bustle of the hospital, Mike makes the best of his time with sports, golf, hiking, camping, and reading.
Daniel Newman, Shift Manager
Daniel Newman received his bachelor's degree in wildlife ecology and is trained as a Veterinary Dental Cleaning Technician. Dan also is certified in the Laser Therapy for pets. He has two children, Rowan Aurora Isabelle and Parker Bear, and he loves spending time with them and his wife, Stephanie, at home in rural Freedom. Outside of work, Dan likes hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, survival training, paintball, competition shooting, and reading.