Dr. Miles grew up in Pickerington and graduated from Pickerington High School in 1991 and went on to pursue a degree in Psychology at Ohio University, which she received in 1996. She then obtained her Masters in Social Work at Ohio State in 1998 and worked as a social worker at The Ohio State University Medical Center and Grant Medical Center for several years.However, Dr. Miles never lost sight of her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian. She decided to make a career change and graduated from Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. It was also during her time in veterinary school that she met her husband, Dale, who works with small two-legged creatures at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Her professional interests include dentistry, feline medicine, and client communications. She understands the importance of helping clients understand the diagnosis and treatment options for their pets while taking into account their family’s circumstances. As a former social worker, Dr. Miles is sensitive to the emotional needs of her clients and their pets, and she is passionate about providing compassionate care to both.
Dr. Miles resides in Granville with her husband and two sons. She is a proud owner of a small zoo at home, which includes three dogs, two cats, multiple snakes, two tortoises, two turtles, numerous fish tanks, and many tarantulas (which belong to her husband and she doesn’t really want to know how many there are).