Dr. Kerri-Rae Millar is a WCVM grad of 2007. Kerri-Rae was raised on a mixed farm near Miami, MB, where she spent many hours working on the grain farm as well as with the cattle (goats, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats). She attended school in Miami and was very involved in the community. Her love for animals, especially cattle, started at a very young age. After many years of being involved in agriculture and showing cattle, becoming a veterinarian was a logical choice as It combined everything she loved. Kerri-Rae has been a mixed animal veterinarian at Morden Veterinary Clinic since graduating in 2007. She spends most of her time working with dairy cattle as well as other large animals, but also enjoys the small animal part of the practice. Kerri-Rae is currently the past-president on the Western Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners, and a director on the Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband Lucus and her son Max as well as helping out at the family farm, being involved in the community, as well as playing hockey, curling, and spending time outdoors in the beautiful area we get to call home. She is excited to come to work every day both for the animals, as well as for the relationships she has built with the clinic team and many clients.