Julie L. Holland, DVM
Julie graduated from the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. She earned a bachelor's degree at Penn State and a master's degree in Animal Science at Virginia Tech. She has extensive experience in both large and small animal medicine but currently confines her practice to small animal practice. Dr. Holland has practiced emergency medicine at a local emergency hospital but particularly enjoys the long term ties of primary care practice. Dr. Holland has three kids and has lived in Littlestown for many years. Their home menagerie includes sheep, chickens, three dogs, and three cats.
Gary J. Kubala, VMD
Gary earned his bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and his VMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 1989. He has had a diverse background, from playing professional soccer to maintaining his skills with animals of every description. Dr. Kubala is a partner in a local equine veterinary practice. In addition to seeing dogs and cats, he sees rabbits, ferrets, pocket pets, reptiles, and any variety of birds. Dr. Kubala has special interests in surgery and reproduction. Dr. Kubala and his wife Rita have five children and live in Emmitsburg, Maryland along with horses, three dogs, and numerous cats.
Jan Wimer, DVM
Dr. Jan Wimer graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She earned a bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Virginia Tech. She started practicing in mixed animal practice upon graduation and now focuses on dogs and cats. She lives with her husband Mark and two children in Taneytown. Their farm is home to a herd of beef cattle, three horses, three Aussies, and a Pomeranian along with numerous cats and a flock of chickens.
Carolyn Cornett, DVM
Originally from Sykesville, MD, Dr. Carolyn Cornett graduated from Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, MD and did her undergraduate work at Stanford University. She graduated from the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992 and then completed a one year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Oradell Animal Hospital in New Jersey. Her experience since then includes emergency and critical care work and small animal general practice, as well as early spay/neuter work with the Bergen County Animal Shelter in NJ. She moved back home to Maryland in 2008, working at Airpark Animal Hospital in Westminster, MD. She joined the LVH staff in July of 2014. She also enjoys biking, hiking, and spending time with her two children, her dog, and her three cats.
Pam Jennings, DVM
Dr. Pam Jennings graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. She earned a bachelor's degree in Animal Science and Microbiology from South Dakota State University. Her experience includes emergency work and small animal general practice, seeing dogs, cats, birds, pocket pets, ferrets, and reptiles. Dr. Jennings lives in Gettysburg with her family and sheep, horse, dog, cat, and Amazon parrot.