Welcome to KKM Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Middletown and Franklin OH

Call us at 513-423-2331
Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 513-423-2331!


If you're like most pet owners, you regard your pet as the greatest friend you could possibly have -- and a great friend deserves great health care. That's why we're so pleased that you've landed on the official website for KKM Veterinary Clinic in Franklin OH. We provide the highest standard of veterinary care for animals in Franklin, Middleton, and surrounding areas. Whether your pet has a serious health issue or just needs that regular maintenance that keeps animals in tip-top shape, you'll be glad you discovered our clinic.

Need a Franklin Veterinarian? Meet Our Team of Practitioners

Your pet will never be at a loss for skilled veterinary expertise here at KKM Veterinary Clinic. Instead of trying to handle everything through a single Franklin veterinarian. Dr. Diers, Dr. Greenstein, and Dr. Shaffer are all at your service to make sure your pet always receives top-quality care. Our caring receptionist and office staff support our efforts to help you and your pet enjoy the best experience possible.

Services and Techniques to Help Your Pet Thrive

Taking care of a pet is no small undertaking, and taking care of all your pet's health and wellness needs is a big part of that challenge. Fortunately, you can rely on KMM Veterinary Care as a "one-stop shop" for a wide range of primary veterinary care. We make use of numerous services and techniques to tackle the various issues and concerns faced by pets of all ages. Bring your pet to us for:

Boarding and daycare services to provide your pet with veterinary supervision and comfortable surroundings while you're away

  • Preventative services such as wellness exams and microchipping
  • Radiology, ultrasound, lab testing, and other advanced diagnostic procedures
  • Dental exams, teeth cleaning under anesthesia, and dental treatment to help your pet enjoy a healthier mouth
  • Surgical treatment, including everything from orthopedic surgery to spay/neuter surgery
  • High-quality, veterinarian-recommended food and supplies to keep your pet happy and healthy
  • Dog training services to help your friend become socialized and overcome behavioral problems

Our ability to help doesn't extend only to your pet. We're always happy to provide owners with whatever guidance and education they need to help them give their special friends a great life.

Make an Appointment at Our Animal Hospital in Franklin

You can see a little of our veterinary clinic by taking the virtual office tour on this website -- but don't stop there. Call our animal hospital in Franklin at 513-423-2331 or fill out an online appointment request to come meet our team!

Middletown and Franklin Veterinarian | KKM Veterinary Clinic | 513-423-2331

6416 Manchester Road
Franklin, OH 45005

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Meet Our Staff

  • Dr.
    Robin Diers
    Dr. Robin Diers is an Ohio native who grew up in Pleasant Hill. She attended The Ohio State University and graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. Dr. Diers took a job in Indiana working at a day practice, immediately upon finishing school.
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  • Dr. Greenstein
    I grew up in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. My mom was a science teacher and always brought home animals from her classroom for the summer. As a child, my brother and I played with the critters in the yard, creek and neighborhood lake. When I was in 7th grade, my career day project was about being a veterinarian. After that I was hooked.
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  • Dr.
    Christina Lasrado
    Dr. Christina Lasrado grew up in South India but has lived in the United States for several decades. She attended Michigan State University and graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Dr. Lasrado owned and worked in her own day practice in Washington State before moving to Cincinnati to care for her mother. She then worked for a day practice in Cincinnati before coming to KKM in 2015.
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  • Dr. Shaffer

    Bio coming soon

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  • Dr.
    Amanda Armstrong

    Dr. Amanda Armstrong is originally from Central New York. She earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 2012, and her DVM from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. After graduation, she worked at a general practice in New Jersey until moving back to Ohio in early 2019.

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KKM Veterinary Clinic

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Reviews

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Outstanding service, fantastic people, bright cheery friendly office atmosphere!"
    Craig W. // Middletown