Jay Lee, D.V.M.
Head Veterinarian and Owner
A graduate of Seoul National University in South Korea, Dr. Lee has been practicing as a veterinarian for over 30 years. He began his work as a large animal veterinarian but found his passion to be in small animal. He has since then worked exclusively with pets, small and large, treating them with compassion and expertise for many years.
He had a dream when taking over Animal Clinic of Benson to create a safe and welcoming clinic where pets and owners alike feel as if they are part of the family, with personalized and comprehensive care at affordable prices.
Dr. Lee is an avid golfer, enjoys photography and the outdoors, and especially loves his family, which includes four grandchildren and many different family pets.
Having been at Animal Clinic of Benson since Dr. Lee took over, Rosa has a deep belief in the system in place here.
“I believe in this place 110%. It is a unique place I think, in the sea of veterinary hospitals out there. We are not all about the profits, we focus on taking care of each pet to the best of our ability and taking pride in our work.”
Angela has been working at Animal Clinic of Benson since 2017.
“I enjoy working at our clinic. We always have a positive atmosphere and we treat each other and our clients as family. Dr. Lee is very knowledgeable and passionate about his job. He tries his best to treat the animals with love and care. It is great to be a part of this family!”
A relatively new hire, Camille has worked at the clinic since early 2018.
“I’d say working here has been a humbling experience. Dr. Lee is both efficient and gentle with all the animals we get to see. Here at Animal Clinic of Benson, we understand that pets are family, so we treat them as such whenever they are in our care!”
Sarah is the newest member of our team.
“I love working at the clinic! It feels more like a family than work, I get to learn something new every day and Dr. Lee is an amazing veterinarian and I’m so lucky to be a part of his team!”
Shorty has been a fixture at the clinic for years. He is usually prowling the clinic during slow hours and curled up in his bed during busy ones. He is the clinic’s mascot and hardest worker.
“Purr… Purr… Meow.”