About Dr. Lynanne Graf
Dr. Lynanne Graf grew up in small town Burnet, Texas. Her love for helping animals was evident at an early age when she would often steal her brother’s fishing worms to rehome them to cozy bed made out of tissue boxes. She comes from a family of animal lovers with many four-legged members. You would often find her spending afternoons with her grandfather who raised goats, chickens, donkeys, and alpacas.
While attending Texas State University, she worked as veterinary technician and volunteered at the local animal shelter. She graduated in 2014 with a B.S. in Animal Science. After graduation, she spent time in Honduras treating and vaccinating animals for local villages. Shortly after returning, she enrolled in veterinary school at Texas A&M University. During her time at TAMU, she worked in research studying the anti-cancer effects of a Chinese herb against human and canine melanoma. She graduated veterinary school in 2020 and began her career amidst the emerging pandemic.
After returning to Central Texas, Dr. Graf has spent time with a few veterinary hospitals before finding her home at City Limits Veterinary Clinic. She has discovered her niche in ophthalmology, cardiology, and preventative medicine. She has a soft spot for senior pets as she has 3 of her own and looks forward to rescuing more.
Dr. Graf has a pittie mix, a redbone coonhound, a feisty cat, an African pygmy hedgehog, and 3 hermit crabs. She loves spending time at the lake, enjoying live music, camping with her husband, and