Dr. Kelley Miller was raised in Homer, Alaska where her grandparents owned a seafood cannery. She achieved her BS at The University of Florida in 1991 and completed a DVM degree at Purdue University in 1995. Originally interested in wildlife medicine, she ultimately decided that she wanted to, instead, focus on helping enrich owner's relationship with their pets as her pets had enriched her own life. She tremendously enjoys traveling and has practiced in Indiana, Oregon, Alaska, and just recently near Houston. While in Houston, she worked extensively with the local shelter and rescue groups, donating her time and efforts towards tackling the homeless pet problem in that area.
Dr. Miller especially enjoys dentistry, internal medicine cases, and senior pet care. She is excited to be joining the Intermountain Pet Hospital team and hopes to contribute to the high quality of medicine they provide. She believes her job is to keep current on the rapidly changing field of veterinary medicine, educate and listen to owners while working with them to provide the best care possible to the pet. And at the same time, she wants the pet's experience to be positive where they look forward to coming in every time.
Dr. Miller lives in Eagle with her 17-year-old daughter (