Dr. Mary Lempert - Veterinarian
Dr. Mary Lempert is a 2016 Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine graduate and was thrilled to move from snowy Indiana to sunny Texas upon graduation.
In addition to her interests in internal medicine, clinical pathology, and geriatric medicine, Dr. Lempert particularly enjoys working with exotic companion mammals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, ferrets, hedgehogs, sugar gliders, rats, gerbils, hamsters. She has worked to promote rabbit welfare, education, and rehabilitation since 2008. During vet school, she was presented with awards for her work with shelter animals and exotic pets, including the Oxbow Animal Health scholarship. Dr. Lempert has published several articles in the Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine and recently presented her research at the 2021 Exotic Veterinary Conference ExoticsCon.
Dr. Lempert lives with her husband Josh, son Charlie, dog Maggie, and a white and black rabbit Cowsauce (named by her husband, not her). Dr. Lempert enjoys hiking, cooking Hungarian food, and volunteering at the House Rabbit Resource Network shelter in her free time. But most recently, she is trying to remember what “free time” felt like before having a baby.