Meet Christopher Lambert, VMD
Dr. Lambert received his undergraduate degree in Biology at Saint Leo
University in Saint Leo, Florida in 2014. There, he was named both Biology
and the School of Arts and Sciences student of the year. Dr. Lambert then
furthered his education by attending Cummings School of Veterinary
Medicine at Tufts University graduating with his Doctorate of Veterinary
Medicine in 2018. During his time at Tufts University, Dr. Lambert received
the Zoological Companion Award and was recognized by the American
Association of Feline Practitioners as an outstanding senior student.
While growing up in North Smithfield, Rhode Island, Dr. Lambert had always known he wanted to be a Veterinarian since he was a young child. He grew up raising many animals such as hamsters, rabbits, and chickens, and also spent time volunteering at North Smithfield Animal Shelter.
Dr. Lambert’s veterinary interests include Exotic Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Dermatology. He is a proud member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, and American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Lambert says the most satisfying part about being a veterinarian is the “long-lasting relationships I form with clients and their pets, and working with them to provide the best care for their pets.”
Dr. Lambert enjoys spending time with his fiancé Jackie. He also has many pets, Sahar a bengal cat, Tilly a bearded dragon, Gordie and Gertie gargoyle geckos, and Herbie a crested gecko. Some of Dr. Lambert’s hobbies are fishing, playing hockey, trying craft beers, and board sports including snowboarding, Skim-boarding and soon surfing.