MEET OUR VETERINARIANS
Dr. Kate is the co-owner of W&W Veterinary Services along with her husband, Dr. Nick Werle. Dr. Kate practices all aspects of veterinary medicine but has special interests in Equine and Small animal medicine. She enjoys providing medical care to animals and promoting the bond between animals and their owners.
As an undergraduate at Bowling Green State University, Dr. Kate completed her bachelors degree in Biology in 2009. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University in 2013. Dr. Kate completed a one year internship at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute after veterinary school where she received special training in equine reproduction, preventative health, neonatal medicine, sports medicine, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. After her internship, Kate worked at an AAHA accredited mixed animal clinic in Hazard, Kentucky. While in this position Dr. Kate practiced high quality and cutting edge small animal medicine as well as making large animal farm calls.
Outside of work Dr. Kate enjoys spending time with her two Labradors, Maizey and Jake, and riding her horse, Bentley. She also enjoys hiking, cooking, fishing, and spending time out on the water.
Dr. Werle is the co-owner of W&W Veterinary services along with his wife, Dr. Kate Onasch. Dr. Werle practices all aspects of large and small animal medicine but has a special interest in large animal medicine and small animal surgery. Dr. Werle enjoys working with producers to promote herd health and wellness.
Dr. Werle completed his undergraduate education at the University of Tennessee where he obtained his bachelors degree in Animal Science. He then went on to complete his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University. After completing his degree he spent two years working in a mixed animal practice in eastern Kentucky. While in this position, Dr. Werle had extensive experience working cattle including processing calves, palpation, pregnancy detection with ultrasound, bull breeding soundness exams, c-sections, dystocias, and large animal emergency medicine. Nick also performed general small animal surgery while in this position.
When he’s not working you can find Dr. Werle outside hiking, fishing, hunting, or playing with his two dogs, Maizey and Jake.Dr. Werle also enjoys playing guitar and dreaming about performing in the glory days as a member of his vet school band, The Islets of Langerhans.