Meet Dr. Tane Marie McKee
Dr. McKee is a 1990 graduate from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine. She is originally from a small steel-mill town in the northwest part of Illinois. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in animal science from the University of Illinois in 1985, graduating with honors. While at the University of Illinois, she worked in a dairy biochemistry lab. She also worked in the immunology lab during veterinary school.
Before moving to the Bay Area in the autumn of 1996, Dr. McKee worked in a suburb of Chicago for two years and a suburb of Detroit for three and a half years.
With regards to practice, she has a passion for emergency medicine and soft-tissue surgery, and she also will treat pocket pets.
Dr. McKee also has an affinity for terrier breeds. She has always had wire fox terriers. Other terrier breeds she currently has or has had are cairn, Irish and Parson Russell terriers. She generally is the pet-mom of two to three dogs and one to two cats at a time. All of her pets are rescued and most of them have some sort of special need.
Outside of work, Dr. McKee likes hiking, cross-country skiing, nature photography, cooking, baking, enjoying the ethnic diversity of dining in the Bay Area, playing three musical instruments and getting together with friends.