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Doctor McGee grew up on a farm that raised beef cattle and sheep. She showed animals in 4H, and was lucky enough to care for a variety of pets: cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. She credits this early exposure to animals as her inspiration for pursuing a career in veterinary medicine.
After completing her BS in biological science (animal physiology) at Cornell University, Dr. McGee attended Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island and received her DVM in 2014. She has particular interest in dentistry, feline medicine, internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and small mammal exotics.
In December of 2018, Dr. McGee and her husband, Tyler, moved to Ann Arbor where he began work as a geologist at the University of Michigan. She started working here at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital in May, 2019.
“When I moved to Ann Arbor,” she says, “I was specifically looking for a practice that was exceptional in terms of quality of medicine and a practice that had knowledgeable, experienced and talented staff. I think the practice is particularly impressive when it comes to patient care and pain management. The technical staff and doctors hold each other to a high standard and I think this results in better outcomes and patient care. Standards for emergency, medicine, and surgery are extremely high.”
Dr. McGee and her husband welcomed their first daughter, Willow, in January 2019. Their household also consists of Charlotte, a 5-year-old long-haired Chihuahua; Lincoln, a 5-year-old mini lop rabbit; and Simon, a 12-year-old Siamese cat.