Dr. Paul Amerling- CEO.
Dr. Amerling has been an integral part of Miller Clark Animal Hospital since 1997. Dr. Amerling received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Biochemistry/Animal Science, and minor in Biology from The University of Delaware in 1993. He then graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in May 1997. Dr. Amerling enjoys spending time with his children Zachary-14 and Daniella-10, as well as his 3 step children, Jon-29, Mike-26, and Lilly-23 yrs old. His 4 legged furry crew includes Magnum-11, and Layla-7. Dr. Amerling's interests include camping, reading, participating in running races, and sports of all kinds.
Dr. Antiaris joined our team in October 2006 as a full time veterinarian. Dr. Antiaris attended The University of Georgia for her clinical rotations followed by her graduation from St. George's University School of Veterinary Medicine in September 2003. She enjoys spending time with her 3 cats, Hector-12, Lupita (Pita)-9, Magda-6 as well as her 2 dogs Vivienne-3, Vito-2 and her Cockatoo Coco-28 yrs young. Dr. Antiaris's interests include traveling, spending time with family & friends, reading, and baking.
Dr. Gina Antiaris
Dr. Arthur Klock
Dr. Klock joined our team as our weekend doctor in October 2013. He started full time in September 2014. Dr. Klock graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 and completed his clinical year at University of Florida in 2011. He shares his time with his dog "Fenway" and his rabbit "Kiwi". Dr. Klocks personal interests include following NFL football, fishing, target shooting, carpentry, and cooking.
Dr. Patrice Whittington
Dr. Patrice Whittington joined our team in 2015. Dr. Whittington's vast experience has enhanced our team greatly. Dr. Patrice A. Whittington graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri--Columbia in 1981, after completing undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri—Kansas City. She worked as a companion animal veterinarian, as an associate, and then owned a practice as a partner for 17 years, where she served as manager and practitioner. She then went on to own her own hospital for 12 years, and in 2011, she completed a Masters in Public Health at Columbia University. Throughout her career, she has been involved in rescue and shelter animal medicine. In her free time she enjoys her children and her own pets.
Dr. Janet Triplett
Dr. Janet Triplett grew up in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, and while she was interested in becoming a veterinarian directly after she graduated from high school, Dr. Triplett initially pursued an education in Mathematics and a career in computer programming. She earned her undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Northwestern University and her Master's Degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin.
Dr. Triplett spent over 20 years working in corporate America before shifting careers and earning her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Her professional interests include internal medicine, dermatology, and cardiology. She is a member of the Fairfield County Veterinary Medical Society, the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Veterinary Information Network. Dr. Triplett likes to spend her time with her 4 grandchildren, 2 rescue cats, Benji and Alvin, and a 15 year old toy poodle named Annie who is a therapy dog visiting a local nursing home weekly. Her interests outside of work include singing in the Greenwich Choral Society and jogging.