Some of Dr. Ping’s earliest memories are of going to his dad’s animal clinic at all hours of the night and assisting him with his patients. He’s wanted to be a veterinarian ever since he was a young child, and being able to work side-by-side with him helping animals is the culmination of a lifelong dream.
Being a veterinarian has always been Dr. Ping’s life’s goal and passion—and he strives to develop great client relationships, make every patient feel loved and cared for, and to make both clients and patients enjoy coming to the veterinarian.
His house consists of a lynx point Siamese cat that he adopted during his clinical year at Texas A&M.
“When you feel pain at the sight of the suffering of another being, do not give in to the initial urge to hide from the sight of suffering and to flee from the victim, but on the contrary, rush to the victim and look for a way to help them.” – Leo Tolstoy