My rescue dog Harley Lee is one of her first new patients.
Please complete this form to request an appointment. Please note that you do not have an appointment until you receive confirmation from us. I grew up overseas in England and Singapore. In Singapore, at the age of 12, I started volunteering as kennel help and a tech assistant during the summers.
We moved to the US when I was 14 years old. InI went to Ecuador for a summer to vaccinate dogs against Rabies with a group called Amigos de las Americas.
I had, at this point, made up my mind that I wanted to work with animals in some regard. I considered going into endangered species research or veterinary medicine, however I was yet to decide.
It was during this time I committed my life to Christ. I met my future husband that same year. We were married four and a half years later.
We have two children, a daughter and a son. We have a little Corgi-Chihuahua mix named Oliver and a giant mixed-breed, Nova. We also have Hazel, our chubby spoiled little bottle-fed Kitten, and Storm our delightful deaf clinic kitty. I have been a veterinarian for over 23 years now.
Over these years, I have been honored to serve and to learn from each of my precious patients. For fun, I love to spend time with my family, study The Word, read, travel, snorkel, sail, horseback ride, and go to the theater. The start of Egret Bay Veterinary Hospital was not your standard entrepreneurial business venture.
Instead, it was a call out of my comfort zone, by God, to take me into a place where my faith would be greatly challenged and grow. I have never had any interest in business or material gain, so it seemed a very odd call for me. I always hoped He would call me into the jungle of Africa, or South America.
I finally surrendered my will, and said if you want this to happen Lord, you will have to make it happen. I could literally write a book on the miracles that have occurred in this place! Now years later, under the shelter of His wing and much prayer, we have watched the Lord grow our family.
We delight in offering ourselves to His service each day and it is our prayer that we would be a light to our community, a source of love, healing and blessing to those He brings though our door. We are excited to see what the Lord has planned and how He intends on using our lives for His glory.
Mabe grew up in Houston and has loved animals since she was a little girl. So, this love of animals, combined with a love of science and biology steered her towards her career in veterinary medicine.
She earned a degree in Spanish. After graduation, she worked in a veterinary clinic in Houston as a veterinary technician, kennel assistant, and receptionist. While there, she was offered a chance to use her Spanish degree and accepted a job teaching 2nd grade bilingual education at North Shore Elementary School.
While teaching she attended night school at University of Houston Clear Lake and earned a degree in biology.Dr.
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