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August 6, 2018
To my friends and clients at BRVC,
With a heavy heart I'd like to announce that on August 23rd I'll be stepping away from practice at BRVC.  I'm at a transitional moment of life (I just got married!) and I'm taking a leave of absence to travel with my wife, Ashley.  The duration of my leave is not definite but I hope to return to BRVC in Spring 2019.
It has been a true honor and pleasure working with the patients, clients, and staff of Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center. I've made a lot of friends and grown tremendously as a veterinarian. I'll truly miss the day to day interactions with the people and pets of our community. I hope to see my friends and clients again once I return!
To my regular clients and those with pets of whom we're managing ongoing issues please contract me by email ( and I can refer you to one of our other trusted BRVC veterinarians who can help care for your pet in my absence.
Until we meet again,
 Trevor Miller, DVM Read More

May 2, 2020
Last spring I was on a hike with my dog and we encountered a rattlesnake. What can I do to protect my dog from rattlesnakes? What should I do if a rattlesnake bites my dog?

To answer this question I’ll provide some basic background information on rattlesnakes and their bites, then discuss the rattlesnake vaccine. Read More

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September 13, 2021
Summer means hot weather! That hot weather poses a potential danger to your pets. Keep reading for warm weather tips and general guidelines, information on heat stroke, and even suggestions for keeping your small mammal pets (rabbits, guinea pigs, etc) cool in the summer time. Read More

June 25, 2018
Have you ever heard of GDV or bloat? Gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) is a life-threatening emergency that we frequently see at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center. To learn what it is, how we diagnose it, how we treat it and how you can prevent it, keep reading.
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June 25, 2021
The Fourth of July is the perfect summer celebration - warm weather, a day off work, delicious barbecued food, plus friends, family, and fireworks! It's hard to find a more winning combination which is why it is not a surprise that the Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many people; for our pets, however, it is a different story. All the excitement, activity, tempting foods, and loud noises can cause stress, sickness, and fear in our furry companions. Here are some tips on how to help your pet stay safe and stress-free on the Fourth of July. Read More

August 29, 2018
With good preventative medicine, pets are living much longer than they did in the past. An annual physical exam, annual blood work, good nutrition and better dental care are just some of the factors involved in extending the golden years of your pet’s life. Read More

October 29, 2018
It is bound to happen... you're petting and loving on your furry companion and you feel something new. Your fingers move over a raised bump that you've never felt before. The question arises - is this something I should be worried about? Read More

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Both the Smithsonian Magazine and Department of Veterans Affairs outline how service animals provide emotional support in the recovery of Soldiers suffering from PTSD. Read More

August 23, 2015
Does your pet have increased thirst, increased urination and seems to be losing weight despite the fact that they are ravenous or hungry all the time? If so, they may have Diabetes Mellitus (also known as DM). Read More

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