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Litter-Robot Resident Vet
Meet Dr. Justine Lee

Dr. Justine Lee has an impressive list of credentials: She’s a double board-certified emergency critical care specialist and toxicologist (DVM, DACVECC, DABT). She is passionate about all things animal and veterinary medicine. And, she loves the Litter-Robot!
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Dr. Justine Lee explains why she partnered with Litter-Robot

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Will my cat use an automatic litter box? Ask Dr. Justine Lee

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Is an automatic litter box right for you? Ask Dr. Justine Lee

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How to acclimate your cat to the Litter-Robot

"A clean litter box is essential to good cat health. As an emergency critical care veterinary specialist, I’ve seen way too many medical problems from having a dirty litter box. And that’s why I’m adamant that you need to scoop daily—or use an automatic Litter-Robot that does it for you!"
- Dr. Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT

Dr. Justine Lee

Dr. Justine Lee blogs about a variety of cat health topics for Litter-Robot—from the importance of a clean litter box and preventing a cat UTI, to treating diabetes and kidney disease in cats. Dr. Lee uses compassion and years of expertise to educate pet parents about their cat’s health, behavior, and more.

Videos
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Cat vomiting: How much is too much?

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Kidney disease in cats

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Urinary tract infections (UTI) in cats

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Why does cat pee smell so bad?

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Do cats always land on their feet?

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Is pet insurance worth it?

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Should I take my cat to the emergency vet?

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Making a veterinarian visit less traumatic for your cat

In addition to being a double board-certified emergency critical care specialist and toxicologist, Dr. Lee is a world-renowned veterinary speaker, scientist, blogger, and author. She is the CEO and founder of VETgirl, a subscription-based podcast and webinar service offering RACE-approved continuing education (CE).

Currently, Dr. Lee works as a criticalist at Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota, and is a consultant for ELEVATE DVM, ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, and several other veterinary companies. She is 1 of approximately 450 board-certified veterinary specialists worldwide in emergency and critical care.

Dr. Lee graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Animal Sciences, and then obtained her veterinary degree at Cornell University. She pursued her internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital, which is affiliated with the MSPCA. In addition, she has also completed an emergency fellowship and residency at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Lee has been published in numerous veterinary journals and is the author of two humorous pet reference books entitled It’s a Dog’s Life…but It’s Your Carpet and It’s a Cat’s World... You Just Live in It. She has also published several veterinary book chapters, and has been aired on radio and television to promote preventative medicine, animal health, and the overall well-being of pets. Dr. Lee is the former contributor/blogger to Prevention magazine, PetMD: The Daily Vet, and Pet Health Network. She has been featured on NBC Weekend Today, The Rachael Ray Show, WCCO, Minnesota Public Radio, and various other TV and radio engagements.

When Dr. Lee is not working in the ER, she is playing ultimate Frisbee or ice hockey, hiking with her dog, traveling, running, gardening, or reading. Currently, her two furbabies include a rescued pit bull mix named Milo and a rescue black domestic shorthair named Luna.

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