Dr. Lamping graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2002 and began his professional career at Family Pet Clinic in North Richland Hills. Then in 2004, he joined the high quality Murphy Road Animal Hospital in Sachse. Through experiences at each of these practices he developed interests in dentistry, care of non-traditional pets, and soft tissue surgery. In 2006, in addition to general practice, he began regularly working weekend emergency shifts at Lake Ray Hubbard Emergency Pet Care Center in Mesquite.
Dr. Lamping began his search for his own practice in 2009 when he ventured out as an independent contractor relief veterinarian. He would substitute for practice owners on personal days and any absent associates at practices all over the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and occasionally even in San Antonio and Houston. Through this experience, he was exposed to a wide range of medical and surgical techniques while gleaning the best practices from each clinic. He became a leader in the Collin County Veterinary Medical Association. Elected to the Presidency in 2012, he directed the group to a new high in membership rolls.
Dr. Lamping’s favorite aspect of veterinary practice is helping his clients through solving problems for them. He especially enjoys soft tissue surgery, emergency and critical care medicine, pain management, and neurology.
Dr. Lamping resides in Lucas, TX, with his wife and children. When not helping pets, he prefers to spend time with his 3 boys teaching them how to play soccer and baseball and catch fish. His past-times include writing and cheering on the Texas Rangers and Aggies. He enjoys camping and running.