Dr. Nicole Miller
Dr. Miller grew up in the Milwaukee area and stated that she wanted to be a veterinarian when she was 13 years old, after helping out for the summer on her relative’s farm.
She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2001 with a major in Zoology. Although stating she wanted to be a veterinarian at the age of 13, her true inspiration for veterinary medicine occurred while working at the University of Wisconsin, Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. She went on to attend Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2006.
Having experience in both emergency medicine and general practice, her special interests include critical care and internal medicine. She spent two years as a veterinarian in Hawaii. After moving back to the mainland she joined a practice in the Milwaukee area. Dr. Miller joined Franksville Veterinary Clinic in August of 2016.
She is an avid world traveler with a love for people, culture, adventure, and the human-animal bond. She also enjoys trail running, camping, beach volleyball, scuba diving, and surfing. When possible, she loves to take her energetic canine companion, Limer, along on the trips.