Lee Morris, DVM

Dr. Lee Morris always wanted to be a veterinarian. Now with more than 30 years of experience, he specializes in emergency and critical care and particularly enjoys working on the most complex medical cases. With a doctorate from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, he previously practiced at Sherwood South Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and at Arkansas Veterinary Emergency & Specialists in Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Morris joined The PARC in 2018, attracted by the team’s dedication to understanding the needs of pet owners as well as their pets.

Originally from Jay, Florida, Dr. Morris now lives in Weatherford, Texas with his wife, Michelle, and their three dogs. They have three children and two grandchildren, and they enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities, especially wilderness camping. Dr. Morris is also a member of the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society and was named a Paul Harris Fellow for his support of the Rotary Foundation.

Title that would be on your pet’s nametag: My black lab, Jase, is just happy to be alive, but guards my family when I’m not home. His nametag would have to say, “Guard Doofus.” When my mother (a little 80-year-old lady) came to visit, Jase barked like an attack dog and then went and hid in his bed.

Advice for pet owners: Learn as much as you can from your pet.