Jennifer Ennis Lee, DVM, Owner
Dr. Lee received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1999 from Oklahoma State University. She has practiced medicine in and around the DFW area for more than 20years. Dr. Lee has extensive experience in small animal medicine and surgery and has an interests in internal medicine, rehabilitation/sports medicine, reproduction, and dentistry. She also has specialized training in ultrasound and stem cell treatments. Even after 20 years Dr. Lee is still very passionate about Veterinary Medicine and really enjoys providing the highest quality and most update care available.
Dr. Lee grew up in rural Southeastern Oklahoma, only two hours northeast of Krum. She was reared on a farm and at an early age knew that veterinary medicine was her calling. “According to my mom, I stated at 4 or 5 years of age that I was going to be a veterinarian and I never changed my mind,” says Dr. Lee. “I always had a passion for animals and learning everything about them.” “I feel blessed to wake up each day and do something I dreamed my whole life about.”
While growing up, she had horses and would love to still have the time to ride however baseball and kid sporting events have taken over most of the free time. She also enjoys being outdoors, listening to live music, watching her kiddo play baseball and spending time with her family and friends.
Dr. Lee and her husband Shane and son Kase have made Krum their home. They specifically searched for a small, caring community in which to rear their son. They share their home with 3 dogs; Leroy the blue heeler who will be 21 this year, Bullet the 14-year-old Corgi Diva that can be found at the office most days, and Pistol the 3-year-old crazy Corgi who always seems to be in trouble.
Dr. Gleeson grew up in Australia and moved to the US in high school. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in animal science from Texas A&M and her veterinary degree from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Gleeson completed her clinical training at Louisiana State University. Prior joining Krum Veterinary hospital, Dr. Gleeson spent time in equine and mixed animal practice.
Growing up on a farm Dr. Gleeson always knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. Her love for animals, helping with their care and treating their ailments allowed her to get experience early on in life.
Dr. Gleeson areas on interests are internal medicine, geriatrics and community health.
When Dr. Gleeson isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and her 2 Doberman Pinchers, Zoe and Zappa. Dr. Gleeson has several horses that she enjoys riding and training in her free time.