Dr. Albert Lee


Albert grew up in Edmonton and completed three years of an Honors Cell Biology degree at the University of Alberta before moving to Calgary to complete his veterinary training at the University of Calgary.
Albert has been practicing companion animal medicine since graduating in 2015 and has worked in both emergency and general practice. He enjoys the broad scope of veterinary medicine and loves to see how our pets continue to improve and enrich our lives. Animals play such important roles in our lives in so many different ways, and being able to impact not only our pets but their two-legged companions at the same time is both an honor and a blessing.

In his spare time, Albert enjoys hiking, playing badminton, soccer, undertaking the occasional DIY project, spending time with his family and his dog Fred, and pampering his backyard chickens Margaret Hatcher, Lady Whistledown and Oprah Henfrey.