about our veterinary practice Remus, MI
Located in Remus Michigan, Healthy Acres Veterinary Clinic is looking forward to serving clients and animals across Central Michigan, from Mount Pleasant to Big Rapids and all points in-between. Our clinic can be found in the heart of central Michigan just a stone’s throw from the M-20 & M-66 intersection. Our up-to-date facility may seem familiar to more local residents, as it was the home of a popular veterinarian and racehorse enthusiasts through the 1990s. And while the building’s location may be familiar to some you will be pleasantly surprised once you walk through the doors.

Our goal is to have you and your pets feel at home. Enjoy the spacious waiting area, but don’t get too comfortable there, we’ve designed the pet rooms to best accommodate our furry friends. For our feline enthusiasts, it’s no dogs allowed (well, let’s just say they have two big rooms of their own) as you enjoy a purrr-fect room just for kitties. As we said there are two large dog rooms including one with a separate entrance for dogs that prefer not to socialize with others. Creating comfort for your pet is a top priority.

Speaking of comfort, don’t forget that in addition to traditional medicine and surgery, we also offer both Chiropractic and Acupuncture services for our large and small animal patients. Be sure to follow the links to that page for more information.

Dr. Todd Miller

Dr. Todd Miller is looking forward to seeing Large Animal patients for Healthy Acres. A west Michigan native, Dr. Miller received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Olivet College where he was an Academic All-American and wrestler. He is a 2010 graduate of MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine where he received the Large Animal Surgery award as a senior student.

Dr. Miller has extensive experience with both dairy and beef cattle. His other areas of interest include theriogenology, the study of reproduction. He has been certified in embryo transfer and performs artificial insemination for both bovine and equine patients. While Dr. Miller enjoys seeing large animal patients, he’s also fond of dogs and cats too! He’s treated bearded dragons, rabbits, llamas, and Lorikeets, and enjoys the variety that practicing veterinary medicine offers.

When Dr. Miller isn’t seeing patients he can be found spending time with his wife, Dr. Ashley Rosebery-Miller, and their five children. They enjoy spending time outside on their farm where they have cattle, horses, and goats.

Dr. Ashley Roseberry-Miller

Dr. Ashley Roseberry-Miller grew up in Bay City, Michigan. While in high school Dr. Miller participated in several sports but ultimately grew to love her time spent on the equestrian team and with her 4-H club. After completing an Associate’s Degree in Biology at Delta College, she attended Michigan State University for her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science, followed by a Master’s degree in Agricultural and Extension Education.

After completing her Master’s work Dr. Roseberry-Miller spent a summer working on farms in Germany. She returned home and took a position as a 4-H Educator while living on a cattle farm in northern Michigan. During this time she added an Australian Shepherd to her family and began competing in agility competitions. Wanting to spend more time with animals, Dr. Roseberry-Miller decided to return to school to pursue her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
Wanting to be fair to her farm-loving Aussie, Dr. Roseberry left him home with the cattle and added a Dachshund to her college life. Kurbis “the wonder wiener” would go on to shape Dr. Roseberry-Miller’s education. Kurbis was an exceptional scent dog and went on to become an AKC Field Champion before injuring his back and becoming paralyzed. While surgery returned Kurbis’ ability to walk, Dr. Roseberry went on to pursue certification in Chiropractic care and Acupuncture in order to better serve animals like Kurbis.

When Dr. Roseberry-Miller isn’t treating animals you can find her reading to her children, shopping for cattle with her husband, or riding one of her horses. She’s also looking forward to returning to canine competition with Adrian, her Australian Shepherd, and her Wire-haired Dachshund Waldi.


Licensed Veterinary Technician

Bridget is a graduate of Baker College and joins our team as a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She grew up in Barryton, MI. She enjoys hobbies such as volleyball, kayaking, reading, and cooking but above all she enjoys time spent with her husband and daughters. Her caring heart and strong work ethic are above and beyond. She looks forward to serving the community she grew up in and caring for their beloved pets.



Ryondai who goes by Rye at the Clinic has lived in Remus, MI her whole life. She Graduated from Chippewa Hills High School and fell in love with the small town lifestyle. She enjoys working at Healthy Acres because of the great atmosphere and the friendly clients and patients. Her hobbies include fishing, boat days and just being out in the sun during the Summer time. When not at the Clinic you can find her with friends, family, and her cat Drogo Jay.


Vet Assistant

Brooke grew up hunting and fishing. Her grandfather always had a menagerie of animals at his house. She ran cross country in highschool. Brooke was in Agriscience through the Newaygo County Career Tech Center. She was the Vice President in her FFA chapter, participated in dairy judging and took 2nd in the state with her team. Participated in the Washington Leadership program through FFA in 2014. Brooke married her high school sweetheart in 2021. SHe now lives with her 3 dogs and cat. When not at work she enjoys gardening, camping, and reading in her backyard. She loves working with animals because of how rewarding it can be.



Alexis Simons was raised in the Grant Area and has always been around animals. Alexis especially loves horses and has shown them for the past 15 years in 4-H, open shows, and speed shows. Alexis also loves her blue heeler Charlie, and enjoys being with her horses, out on the water, or anything that involves being outside!