Dr. Sandra Miller graduated from the University of WI – School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. She first practiced in a mixed animal practice in northeastern WI, before moving to Burlington in 1998. She opened Creature Comforts Veterinary Service in 1999, offering house calls to clients in SE Wisconsin.
In December of 2000, Dr. Miller completed her certification in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy. This course also piqued her interest in pet nutrition. There are a number of common pet illnesses that can be controlled or cured with proper nutrition. Such an easy solution, with so many rewards!
In July 2003, Dr. Miller completed her certification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy. Both of the certification programs were completed through The Healing Oasis Wellness School in Sturtevant, WI. The courses are accredited and approved by the Wisconsin Educational Approval Board.
In 2004, her first book on feeding your pets naturally went to print. It is available on Amazon, or through our website at creaturecomfortsveterinary.com
In 2011, Dr. Miller purchased property, to open a clinic, so clients would have the choice of house call appointment or an office visit appointment. House calls were limited to routine care, like vaccinations and heartworm testing. This facility opened up the opportunity to do routine surgeries and see sick animals for care. While no emergency appointments are offered, this facility allows us to take care of non-emergency sick animals. Routine surgeries, like spays/neuters, dental cleanings, and lump removals can be performed here.
In April of 2018, Dr. Miller completed her certification in Medical Acupuncture, through the Colorado State University Curacore program. Acupuncture and Spinal Manipulation and Rehab all work synergistically to improve function, heal after surgery, or relieve pain. These modalities, in addition to
Through the years, Dr. Miller expanded her knowledge in nutrition, whole food supplements, therapeutic essential oils, and flower essence therapies. She uses laser therapy and TENS to control pain. Although she still offers western medicine to clients, she prefers to lean towards a natural option when possible.
COVID-19 has resulted in house calls no longer being an option, but we are happy to work with you – in an integrated fashion. Whether your pet needs western medicine or alternative/holistic medicine -we are here for you.
Dr. Miller’s two published books she explains the variety of food options for feeding your cat or dog for optimum health. She also discusses the pros and cons of commercial foods, what kinds of foods cats and dogs really crave, and much more. Buy your copy at the Creature Comfort office, on Amazon, or Amazon Kindle Store.