Dr. Miller was born and raised in New York City, N.Y.. He Attended the University of Florida in Gainesville for his undergraduate course work. In his third year at UF, he was accepted early into the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland. Edinburgh, famous for cloning “Dolly” the sheep, is one of the oldest and most highly recognized veterinary schools in the world. Dr. Miller graduated from Edinburgh in 1999. He has been practicing Veterinary Medicine in Central Florida for over 16 years. Dr. Miller has been the owner of Merritt Animal Clinic for nearly a decade. In that period of time our clients have come to appreciate a higher standard of veterinary care at our practice. He contributes a lot the practice’s success to the close knit team at Merritt Animal Clinic, and their dedication.
His main areas of interest are Internal Medicine and Dermatology. He finds it particular rewarding to alleviate allergy problems in pets, and improve their lives as well as their owners. Dr. Miller prides himself in being thorough, and spending extra time with our patients.
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When your pet boards with us, it gets the same level of care that our hospitalized patients get. Boarding at our practice is an advantage over other boarding facilities, because our staff knows your pet and its medical history. If your pet needs special attention or medication it will be done.
Our staff members have a higher level of training and experience that can be obtained only by working at a veterinary hospital. This means that even subtle changes in your pet will be recognized. This is important because pets can’t always tell us what’s wrong. These signs can be easily missed by a big boarding facility that may have inexperienced staff. Boarding at a veterinary hospital allows your pet immediate access to a veterinarian, even on weekends.
Pets that are excessively scratching, chewing or licking is the most common appointment that we see in our practice. Itching can be very frustrating for pets as well as their owners. Making things worse, excessive itching can lead to secondary skin infections and ear infections which are also itchy compounding the problem. Unfortunately, not all veterinarians […]
The following article was written by Dr.Elizabeth Bradt and reprinted with her permission for PetVetJournal. “Hey, Doc, can you just give my dog a Rabies vaccine without the physical? I know she’s healthy because she is eating, doing her business and taking a walk every day.” Every veterinarian has fielded this request a zillion times. […]
Being able to recognize signs of when your pet is in pain is important. Pets, unlike other members of our family, can’t communicate when they are experiencing pain. Dogs and cats tend to be more resilient than people. In most cases they cope with pain and continue with their normal daily activities. It isn’t until […]
“Grain free”, “All Natural”, “Organic”, “Raw”, and “Wild” are all very successful pet food marketing tools. It is easy for pet owners to grasp these words because they sound “healthy”. It is even easier for pet food sales people to use them to pitch the latest and greatest all natural pet food that will ensure […]
No matter how thorough you are with your pets dental home care eventually your pet will need its teeth cleaned. Pets are not people. Even with the best home care they are going to accumulate a lot more tartar than humans do. They have more bacteria, don’t brush as frequently, and are unable to […]
How reliable are Internet Pharmacies? There are major differences between purchasing products from a Veterinary Hospital and Internet Pharmacies: First is the quality of your pet’s medication. Novartis Animal Health (Interceptor and Deramaxx) and several other drug manufacturers have filed lawsuits against numerous internet pharmacies for illegally selling unapproved versions of their products or for dispensing medications […]
In this economy it is easy to understand that everybody is trying to save time and money. For these reasons, pet vaccination clinics seem to be appearing almost everywhere. A vaccine clinic has a veterinarian give vaccines without a thorough exam and discussion about your pet’s health. They usually set up in a parking lot or local store. Owners line up with […]
“The BSAVA (Bristish Small Animal Veterinary Association) instituted a microchip adverse reaction reporting system in 1996. The unified microchip registration database in the United Kingdom, petlog, reports over 4 million animals have been microchipped and only 391 adverse reactions have been reported. Of these reactions, migration of the microchip from its original implantation site is […]
I was in the examination room discussing our practice’s anesthetic and surgical protocol with two pet owners, and they where surprised the level of care their pet receives. Though, they had been taking their pets to Veterinarians for many years, they had no idea that Veterinary practices could be so very different in their approach. […]
“Upset stomach” is one of the most common problems that veterinarians are presented with. Although there are many illnesses that can cause vomiting and diarrhea the most common cause is table food. That’s right table food. I know what you are going to say next; “Not my dog Dr. Miller, ‘Buddy’ has been getting […]