Lisa S. Reese, DVM

Dr. Reese served 4 1/2 years as a veterinary assistant in emergency practice prior to attending veterinary school at Washington State University, Pullman, WA. She went on to attend Idaho State University in Pocatello, ID, where she graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. Dr. Reese received her veterinary degree from Washington State University in 1995, where she also graduated Cum Laude. She spent three years at a small animal private practice, and has 11 years emergency medicine practice experience. She joined the AECC team in 2002.

Dr. Reese is a member of the National Veterinary Honor Society, the Veterinary Emergency Critical Care Society, and has been a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association for 14 years. Her medical interests include emergency medicine, critical care medicine, theriogenology, and small mammal and reptile medicine.

Dr. Reese has five cats: two Ragdolls named "Christopher" and “Jinx,” a Siamese named “Gremlin,” and two Maine Coons named “Kittebunkport” and “Maistro.” She also has three dogs, a Mini-Aussie named “Pip,” a Shih Tzu named “Chaz” and a Bassett Hound named "Dyson," as well as two horses, a half-Arabian named “Tori,” and “Majik,” who is 7/8 Arabian. Dr. Reese’s hobbies include endurance riding and competitive trail riding, scuba diving, and science fiction books and movies.