Natalie Lang, DVM
Senior Clinician, Emergency Medicine
On The Job
Growing up, Dr. Natalie Lang’s friends would joke that she should charge admission to her basement because it was always full of exotic and unusual pets. She attributes her mother, who frequently brought home animals her daughter had never heard of, for nurturing her veterinary interests. This combined with a love for science made veterinary medicine a natural career choice. She chose emergency medicine because of the fast pace and variety of cases she sees. She particularly enjoys emergency surgery, such as foreign body removals, and challenging internal medicine cases.
Internship, Emergency & Critical Care, Emergency Pet Center, San Antonio TX
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana
Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette IN
Dr. Lang likes cooking and trying new recipes. Always up for travel and adventure, she has run one half-marathon and hopes to run a race in every state. She has two dogs and two cats. Zoe, a golden retriever mix, loves running and learning new tricks and is often too smart for her own good. Bruce, a lab mix, continuously makes people laugh with his always-happy attitude and silly behaviors. Her cats, Casper and Maddie, are professional sleepers.