Through her experience as an associate and relief veterinarian at many different practices in Charlotte, NC, Wilmington, NC and Knoxville, TN she was able to experience a wide range of practice philosophies and clientele. Her decision to become a spay/neuter and wellness veterinarian came due to the high population of animals that were losing their lives in shelters simply because they didn’t have a home or access to affordable vet care. Dr. Lee transitioned to high-quality, high volume spay/neuter surgery and medicine in 2007 and is excited to bring these much needed services to her hometown of Fort Mill, SC in hopes of reaching those in her community who are most at risk.
Outside of work, Dr. Lee stays busy with her vibrant daughter and many rescued pets, including dogs, cats, a rabbit, a turtle, and a goldﬁsh. Her hobbies include reading, walking/hiking with her daughter and dogs, listening to music, gardening, and enjoying the local wildlife.
In her spare time, she enjoys art, making jewelry, hiking, playing musical instruments, cooking, yoga, aerial silks, and horseback riding. She also frequently dapples in various other activities, which have been known to include: reading philosophy, Irish step dancing, learning to play the bagpipe, and more recently Jui Jitsu.
While she does not currently have any pets, she looks forward to achieving her dream of building a small farm and having a menagerie of animals. And to one day hug a wombat in Australia.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys cooking, kayaking and hiking, and has many adventures with her precious dog Lumi.
Jessica has two cats of her own, named Pippin and Phil Collins, as well as a leopard gecko, named Henry. In her free time, she is very involved in politics and activism. She also enjoys reading, knitting and listening to music or her favorite podcasts.
Cassie currently has one rescue cat, Jasper, who she loves dearly. In her spare time, Cassie enjoys kayaking in the summer and traveling to the mountains in the fall.