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Lee Gregory DVM, CVA, CCRT
Dr. Lee Gregory grew up on Long Island, New York. She pursued her undergraduate studies at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, studying conservation biology.
Dr. Lee Gregory obtained her DVM from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007, with a certificate in International Veterinary Medicine. After some time spent in Israel, Central America, and West Africa, Dr. Gregory settled of New Hampshire where she practiced mixed animal medicine and small animal general medicine before finding her true love in small animal emergency medicine.
From 2009-2010, Dr. Gregory embarked on specialized training in acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, obtaining certification in the discipline in 2010. From 2011-2012, Dr. Gregory received specialized training in animal rehabilitation, receiving certification in canine rehabilitation therapy from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2012.
Dr. Gregory is a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians, the International Association of Veterinary Pain Management, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Gregory lives in Durham New Hampshire with her husband Michael and their dogs and cats. When she is not walking her herd of geriatric dogs, Dr. Gregory “picks things up and puts them down” at a crossfit/kettlebell training gym, and enjoys cooking and exploring the seacoast region with her husband.