Michael Knehr, DVM
Dr. Knehr graduated from Purdue University Veterinary School in 1993. His areas of interest in the veterinary field include orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, diagnostic ultrasound, pain management, and senior pet care.
Dr. Knehr loves to go fly fishing and going hiking and swimming with his boys. He also enjoys watching New York Yankee baseball as often as possible. He has two beautiful cats; A-Rod (yes, he is a really big Yankee fan) and Gronk (his wife is a big Patriots fan); and one feathered family member named Kiwi, an eclectus parrot.
Dr. Knehr’s goal as a veterinarian is to provide compassionate and knowledgeable veterinary care for pet family members and for the community. He invites you to visit the hospital and make Sun City part of your pet’s healthcare team.
Melissa Sigal, DVM
Dr. Sigal graduated from veterinary school at Louisiana State University in 2006. She has a Labrador mix named Wonka, and a cat named Voodoo. Her primary focus within the hospital is dentistry. Dr. Sigal adopted Voodoo as a kitten who needed full mouth extractions due to severe juvenile gingivitis. During her free time she likes spending as much time as she can with her family especially her son Sawyer.
Kincade Audette, DVM
Dr. Kincade graduated from veterinary school at Washington State University (go cougs). She grew up in the suburbs of Seattle, Washington. Dr. Kincade and her husband decided to escape the rain and move to Las Vegas permanently in April 2022. Together they have 5 animals including 2 Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers, two cats, and a leopard gecko.
Dr. Kincade grew up participating in 4H and competitively showing dogs in AKC confirmation, obedience, agility, and rally. In her free time, Dr. Kincade likes to paddle board with her husband and two dogs on Lake Mead, work on paint by numbers and do yoga.
Dr. Kincade’s veterinary interests include wellness exams, internal medicine, surgery, and reproductive and neonatal care.
Kate Grenager, DVM
Dr. Kate Grenager graduated from veterinary school at St. George’s University and did her clinical year at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She was born and raised in Ninemile, Montana and moved to Las Vegas to escape the cold Montana winters. She grew up surrounded by animals and was inspired to help all animals achieve the best quality of life. Dr. Grenager’s passions include animal welfare, feline medicine, diagnostic imaging, soft tissue surgery, and preventative care. She is also Fear Free certified.
She has a cat named Banana who has traveled with her through many of her adventures while achieving higher education. In her free time, she enjoys exploring nature, paddle boarding, snowboarding/skiing, ballet, yoga, and trying new foods.