Lee Reeves, DVM
Years in Practice: 42
Education: Texas A&M University
Dr. Reeves has been involved with veterinary medicine since childhood. His father was a veterinarian and scientist for the U.S. Air Force who would occasionally take his young son to his lab. As a boy, Dr. Reeves worked in animal hospitals, learning the basics of animal care. After graduating from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1973, he joined the staff of a large group veterinary hospital in Dallas. Desiring a more personalized practice, Dr. Reeves moved to Plano, Texas and opened Lancers Square Animal Clinic in 1978.
Dr. Reeves is actively involved in the veterinary profession, holding memberships in local, state, and national veterinary medical associations including the American Animal Hospital Association. In 1994 Dr. Reeves received the prestigious Distinguished Alumni Award for Companion Animal Medicine from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and has been cited as a Best Vet in Dallas D Magazine.
Community involvement has long been part of Dr. Reeves’ life. He has served on various local non-profit boards and has been a frequent speaker at schools and civic organizations. He is considered an authority on the speech disorder of stuttering and is a past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Stuttering Association.