In this video Rose Miller, DVM, DACVD, shares her experience using CO2 lasers at her veterinary practice, Dermatology for Animals. Dr. Miller highlights the laser’s unique benefits and how she uses it in the treatment of many conditions and diseases including interdigital cysts. “It’s been a miracle for these patients with that specific disease. I don’t know how I could help them if I didn’t have the CO2 laser…” Thank you Dr. Miller for your kind words and for allowing us to share your interview.
About Dr. Miller
Dr. Rose Miller spent her childhood in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, where her days were filled with enjoying the great outdoors, as well as the company of animals and family pets throughout her youth. She attended Washington State University for both her undergraduate and veterinary school educations, where she spent three years on the school’s women’s rowing team and was selected as an Academic All-American Athlete. As an undergraduate at WSU, Dr. Miller was accepted into the veterinary school through an advanced honors program. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science in 2005, she moved across campus to join the veterinary medicine program. She had her first class in dermatology during her second year of veterinary school and knew that it would be the career path she would follow. Dr. Miller earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University in 2008.
Following veterinary school, Dr. Miller moved to Tampa, Florida, where she completed a challenging internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Florida Veterinary Specialists. She began her residency in veterinary dermatology with Dermatology for Animals in 2009 and achieved board certification in November 2012. Dr. Miller became a partner in Dermatology for Animals in 2017.
To learn more about Dr. Miller visit her website at dermatologyforanimals.com