Dr. McClintock received her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and completed a rotating internship with a focus on shelter medicine at the University of Missouri. Recognizing the high rate of dermatological disease among shelter populations, Dr. McClintock decided to pursue specialty education in dermatology through a one-year dermatology-specific internship in private practice in Levittown, Pennsylvania. She completed her residency in dermatology at the University of Georgia. Her interests in dermatology include atopic dermatitis, especially feline atopic skin syndrome, and auto-immune and immune-mediated skin disease. Still, she remains passionate about shelter medicine (and her four rescue cats).
She enjoys bike riding, playing board games with friends, cross-stitching, watching movies, and cuddling with her cats in her free time.