Dr. Morgan Miller grew up in Colgate, Wisconsin. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Microbiology and Immunology in 2013. She moved to Columbus for veterinary school and graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. After graduation, she settled in Columbus as a small animal emergency veterinarian and later joined Westerville Veterinary Clinic in 2019. Dr. Miller’s interests include emergency medicine, soft tissue surgery, and palliative care. Her favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is being able to care for a pet for the entirety of their life, from puppy or kittenhood to (hopefully very) old age.
Dr. Miller lives in Powell with her wife (an OBGYN) and two young children. They share their home with two dogs and a leopard gecko, although if she had it her way she would fill her home with chihuahuas (her favorite breed). When she is not in the clinic she enjoys anything outdoors, including hiking, gardening, and catching frogs with her son in the Metro Parks. In the winter months you can find her in her craft room tackling any project from sewing to knitting to embroidery.