Locations :: Chickasaw, OH Office

108 W. Franklin St
Chickasaw OH, 45826

PH: 419-925-9300
FX: 419-925-9301

M-F 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sat 7:30 am - Noon

Meet the Chickasaw, OH Office Veterinarians


Bill Minton, DVM

Dr. Minton grew up on a small farm in western Ohio. He attended The Ohio State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in animal nutrition and veterinary medical degree in 1985. After graduation, he worked as an associate veterinarian in large animal practice until 1989, at which time he purchased the business located in Mercer County, Ohio. In 2002, he started his swine exclusive consulting practice serving Ohio and surrounding states. Dr. Minton serves on various advisory boards in Ohio and the swine industry. He currently represents District 2 for the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and served two terms as the District 1 Director for the American Association of Swine Veterinarians. In 2009 he completed the three-year executive veterinary program in swine health management at the University of Illinois. He and his wife Theresa reside in Chickasaw, Ohio. They have three grown children, married and three grandchildren.

“I appreciate the good people that I have the opportunity to work with every day. My role as a veterinarian provides me with the ability to share, learn, teach and improve health on our client’s farms.”


Bethany Heitkamp, DVM

Dr. Bethany Heitkamp earned her bachelor’s degree in animal sciences at The Ohio State University in 2010. She completed her doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She is originally from western Ohio, and grew up on a farm, where her family raises pigs and turkeys. During her undergraduate career, she worked as an intern at the Ohio Pork Producers Council and was able to promote pork throughout the state. She currently lives in Maria Stein, Ohio, with her husband, Kurt.

“I enjoy working with clients and families to help produce a healthy, wholesome pork that we would be proud to sell to friends and neighbors.”