Evelyn P. Rice, DVM
Dr. Evelyn, as she is known, grew up with a strong love of riding and horses in general. She also grew up wanting to help animals. After finishing her Bachelor's of Science, she took the opportunity to train horses under a natural horsemanship trainer full time for a few years. While there she also worked part time for an equine veterinarian. It was during this time that she realized she could meld her two loves in life and be an equine veterinarian.
After graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, she worked at an equine only clinic, where she gained valuable experience working with performance horses. Since purchasing Miller Animal Hospital with her husband in 2010 she has been managing the clinic. Dr Evelyn and her husband Dr Rice have a small farm where they are raising their children and are enjoying their dogs, cats, horses, goats....
Michael K. Rice, DVM
Dr. Rice grew up in Rensselaer, at a young age he was able to explore his love for animals while working at the Wynantskill Veterinary Clinic for many years. While there, he developed a strong interest in pursuing a career as a veterinarian. He also attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and it was here that he met his wife, Dr. Evelyn. Prior to purchasing Miller Animal Hospital with his wife in 2010, he practiced at a busy emergency clinic in Northern Virginia. He loves being back home.
Wendy R. Kimmel-Brower, DVM
Dr. Kimmel-Brower earned her DVM degree at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1985. After graduation she practiced in the Capitol District and joined our staff in 1990. She enjoys spending her personal time with her husband, Dr. Brower, and their three children Jessica, Nicole and Derek. They have dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, and horses. They enjoy riding, swimming, biking and hiking as a family.
Richard S. Brower, DVM
Dr. Brower joined Miller Animal Hospital in 1996. He grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, earned a BS in Animal Science from Virginia Tech, and then graduated from Cornell's School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. After a two-year stint in mixed practice in Litchfield, Connecticut, he returned to New York's Capital District to practice small animal medicine and surgery.
He married his vet school classmate, Dr. Wendy Kimmel. They have 3 children and a farm-full of creatures to attend to at home. Hobbies include gardening, biking, hiking, "hanging" with the kids, and farm maintenance.
All our veterinarians are members of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the New York State Veterinary Medical Association and the Capitol District Veterinary Medical Society.