Dr. Carrie Frey received her bachelor of science in veterinary science from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 1993. In 1997, she graduated from Kansas State University with her doctor of veterinary medicine degree. Upon graduation, she practiced in a small animal clinic near Kansas City, Missouri, for a year and a half. In November 1998, Dr. Frey returned to her hometown to join Nebraska Animal Medical And Emergency Center as an associate veterinarian. Interestingly, Dr. Frey actually started her career here in 1989, when she worked as a kennel staff member throughout her pre-veterinary years.
Dr. Frey’s special interests include internal medicine, abdominal ultrasound, oncology, and exotic pets (small mammals and some reptiles). She values the strength of the human-animal bond and derives great job satisfaction from helping pet owners keep their furry family members healthy. She also has a special soft spot for dachshunds! Dr. Frey is a member of the AVMA and NVMA.
Dr. Frey and her husband (who is also a veterinarian) have three children, Daniel, Emily, and Grant. Also part of the family is dachshund Jed and a cat named Kiki. Dr. Frey enjoys spending time with her children, attending scout and sporting events, as well as bowling, reading, and crafts.