Dr. Judy Tubman is a 1987 graduate form the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. In 1983, she graduated with High Distinction from the University of Kentucky. In 1977, she graduated Cum Laude from Cazenovia College. In 2001 Dr. Tubman moved her Ambulatory Practice from Centreville, MD. to her new farm, Glasgow Farm, in Kent County, Md. Here she built an Equine Clinic complete with 27 stalls, a breeding shed, examination area & surgery. This facility enables Dr. Tubman to combine both Reproductive Services and Sports Medicine. A small animal examination and surgery room is also on site.
“I started riding at the age of two and have never really stopped. As a youngster, I spent many summers at riding camps, showing at horse shows in the Middle Atlantic region, fox hunting, exercising steeplechase and race horses and rising through the ranks of Pony Club. In the ‘90s, I started breeding horses for pleasure, flat and jump races. In 2003, I was very fortunate to acquire and stand the 2006 Maryland Hall of Fame Stallion, Mokhieba, a son of Damascus. Before he passed away in 2005, I had the opportunity to breed many nice mares to him and hope to breed a few more with his remaining semen. Today, in addition to foxhunting, I show, field trial, and breed my beloved German Shorthaired Pointers.“
-Judy Tubman, VMD
Amy Starr began her career as a small animal veterinary technician in 2007 and has been a large animal technician since 2014. She has worked with animals since she was 16 years old. She has spent many years around horses and has ridden western pleasure and hunter jumpers. She is accomplished at driving horses. She spent many years grooming dogs and during this time also showed dogs in obedience trials. Amy enjoys spending time with her two daughetrs, Morgan and Caitlyn. She has two yellow labs, Yeti and Bri. She also has three cats, Leo, Clover, and Oakley as well as a cockatiel.
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of ones' soul remains unawakened"
Megan Meeks is a 2013 graduate of Kent County High School. Megan studied Agriculture, Biology, and Horticulture during her time as a member of the Kent County High School FFA. She has been working with horses for about 4 years now. Megan joined Kent Veterinary Center in 2018 as a grounds keeper. Megan's hobbies include gardening with her grandmother and fishing and hunting with her father. She loves to spend quality time with her family, friends, and pets in her free time.
"Growing up and living on a farm, I have always enjoyed being the wide open space and fresh air. As an animal lover and owner, I enjoy getting the chance to work with horses and expand my knowledge. As a child, I had always hoped to become a veterinarian or veterinarian assistant. Now I have the pleasure of working for a veternarian. No matter how physically hard it may be, seeing the horses healthy and happy makes it worth it! No matter how bad your day is going, the horses will always put you in a better mood!" -Megan Meeks