Dr. Christine Rees, DVM
Opening up a specialty care service affords her the opportunity to provide convenient compassionate care to her patients.
Dr. Rees’ passion is allergies and dermatology. Her main concern is for your pet’s well being, comfort and quality of life.
Dr. Rees received her DVM degree from Iowa State in 1988 and was in general practice for several years before starting her dermatology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. After completing her residency in 1995, Dr. Rees joined the faculty at Texas A&M University (TAMU) and became tenured. While at TAMU, Dr. Rees received an award from the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital for Excellence in Clinical Service. More recently, Dr. Rees decided to start her own business and move closer to her family. She shares her free time with her husband, son, two dogs and two horses.
Dr. Christine Rees is Known Nationally and Internationally
Dr. Rees is nationally and internationally known. She has published in numerous scientific journals and book chapters. She has also been interviewed for magazines such as Equus and Horseman.
Some of Dr. Rees’ more prestigious journal publications include:
- Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
- Journal of the American Animal Hospital
- American Journal of Veterinary Research
- Veterinary Dermatology
- Proceedings in the National Academy of Sciences in the United States of America.
Dr. Rees also received a US Patent for her involvement in the merle coat gene. She has clinical interests in canine familial dermatomyositis, allergies, otitis, bacterial and fungal skin infections, endocrinopathies, new drug therapies in veterinary medicine and equine dermatology.