Meet Our Veterinarians

Chad Maki, DVM

Dr. Maki earned his B.S. degree in Biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley. He worked extensively in the field of stem cell research in Irvine prior to pursuing his D.V.M. at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Since completing his veterinary program he has moved back to Orange County with his wife and newborn son. He is a member of AVMA, CVMA and RCVS. Dr. Maki sees your pet as a family member and strives to provide the utmost care and compassion with an emphasis on high quality veterinary medicine.

Sabrina Keigley, DVM

Dr. Sabrina Keigley is joining the Irvine Pet Complex family as Medical Director in April 2019!  She originally hails from the hills of Clarksburg West Virginia (you may on occasion note a little southern drawl) and has a B.S. in Animal and Veterinary Science from West Virginia University (1998). She is also proud to be a 2002 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine!  Go Buckeyes!  Dr. Keigley has worked in small animal general practice and has practiced in Bethlehem, PA; Morgantown, WV; and has spent 9 years practicing in Cleveland, Ohio prior to migrating to Orange County.  She has additional training in Practice Management, including the Ohio Veterinary Leadership Institute and via working under Marsha Heinke, DVM, CPA for four years at a suburban Cleveland practice.

Dr. Keigley has a holistic as well as conventional background which makes Orange County a perfect fit!  In addition to traditional state-of-the art veterinary medicine, Dr. Keigley has a special interest in the use of rehabilitation, western herbs, nutritional/food therapy, acupuncture, and Traditional Chinese Medicine as a resource for total pet care.

Dr. Keigley enjoys spending time with her two sons and her one cat relaxing playing video games, watching action flicks, and going for hikes.  She also spends a fair amount of free time training for competitive bodybuilding, even gaining two athletic sponsors and branching out into fitness modeling.

Boram Lee, DVM

Dr. Lee graduated from the University of California, Davis, where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees. After graduation, she worked in a small animal practice in the Bay Area before she moved to Orange County in 2019. Her primary interests now include preventative care, dentistry, and soft tissue surgery. She is originally from South Korea and fluent in Korean and English. During her downtime, she enjoys visiting nearby beaches, exercising (yoga, kickboxing, crossfit), and spending time with her husband, and their dog, Gorby.

Dr. Lee is excited to meet clients and their beloved pets in Irvine and provide her best care for them.