Mrs. Texas Pageant Contestant turns to Plastic Surgery to Perfect her Look

Share With Friends

Pageant Contestant –FitVetJenrecently turned to celebrity Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose for a cosmetic surgery touch up to help her achieve her goals of looking her absolute best and Win Mrs. Legacy Texas USA Pageant 2018!

Mrs. Legacy Texas USA before and after plastic surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose
Mrs. Legacy Texas USA before and after plastic surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose

Fitness Competition Veteran, Veterinarian, Mrs. Texas Legacy Pageant WINNER and mom Dr. Jennifer Hennessey Bremseth is constantly meeting and exceeding her personal goals on her journey to be her best self possible and is a mentor and inspiration to everyone she meets. 

“Living the bodybuilding lifestyle and competing as a figure competitor was a commitment I made in 2011 that changed not only my fitness regime but how I spend any free time, how I fuel my body, and has forever changed my body and mind. Lifting and a dedicated routine training builds conditioning of the body and mind…you learn to defy odds, conquer mental roadblocks and refrain from the excuses an old habits that once defeated you. I am forever grateful to the wonderful help of plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose for helping me get closer to my ideals that I enjoy striving for in every aspect of my personal goals I set to achieve for myself.”

In addition to her many awards and accolades over the years, Dr. Jennifer Hennessey Bremseth was awarded the 2017 Small Business of the Year for her outstanding work with Animal ER of Northwest Houston from the Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce along with a commendation from the US House of Representatives. Read more about Dr. Bremseth in the March issue of PetSmart Magazine >here<.

About Dr. Jennifer Hennessey Bremseth, CVJ – Owner of Animal ER of Northwest Houston, “Fit Vet Jen” Dr. Jennifer Hennessey Bremseth has over 17 years of experience in emergency and critical care. Dr. Hennessey Bremseth’s vision of an emergency practice designed and devoted to the customized care of both families and their pets lead her to develop the Animal ER in 2014.
A 2005 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr Hennessey Bremseth carries additional training as a Certified Veterinary Journalist with the American Society of Veterinary Journalists. Dr Hennessey Bremseth is published in numerous magazines and journals, has a column in the Texas Veterinarian and Houston PetTalk magazines, as well as is a frequent guest for Houston’s Fox 26, KPRC 2 News and on Great Day Houston. Professional interests include prevention of emergency illness, utilization of lipid emulsion for toxin exposure, and management of trauma patients.  Dr. Hennessey Bremseth serves on the TVMA Public Relations Committee as well as holds memberships with the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society, the Harris County Veterinary Medical Association, the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary News Network, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians (AARV) , the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy (IAVRPT) and the International Veterinarian Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM). Off site, Dr Hennessey Bremseth is actively involved with the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine helping support their local emergency medicine society and works with vet students onsite at the ER as a mentor.
Outside of the ER, Dr Hennessey Bremseth is a mother of two and proud wife of Army Sergeant Major Greg Bremseth. Committed to her own health and well-being, Dr. Hennessey Bremseth is a nationally qualified NPC Figure and Bikini competitor earning many fitness competitions and awards too numerous to mention here. In a mission to stay connected with the local communities of NW Houston, Dr Hennessey Bremseth recently served as an officer on the board for the Greater Houston Quarter Horse Association and now enjoys community work at area Cy-Fair schools talking to students about pet care and veterinary medicine.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *