Free Veterinary Consultation

Barry Miller DVM has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 10 years. He has worked in very busy small animal practices and has had a lot of experience in small animal medicine and surgery. Dr. Miller enjoys orthopedic work especially fracture repair. His years of experience in a busy small animal practice makes him well qualified to answer any guestion big or small. Dr. Miller enjoys working with pet owners in keeping their pets healthy and knows it can be difficult to gain all the information a pet owner needs to understand their pet's unique health care problems. Questions come up and a visit to the vet's office may not be possible. Therefore Dr. Miller is offering a free veterinary consult with orders over $39.00. This will allow you to ask a question that may otherwise not get answered. We hope this will help assist you in caring for your pets needs.

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Use the form below to communicate your concern and even upload an image if you want, and our team of veterinarians will review your request and get back to you as soon as possible. We will respond to all questions within 24 hours or less except on weekends. The veterinarian may need to ask additional questions after receiving your consultation request. We will make our best attempt to answer your question and if our answers are unclear or not satisfactory you will be able to ask additional questions.

Please note, each consultation without a purchase code will be charged a fee of $25.00.
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All answers are provided for informational or educational purposes only and are intended to be a supplement to and not a substitute for the expertise and professional judgment of your pet's veterinarian. You should not use the information contained here for diagnosing, treating a problem or a disease, or prescribing medication. It may be necessary to consult your pet's veterinarian regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your pet's symptoms or medical conditions.