Cynthia Stubbs, DVM, DACVIM - Small Animal Internal Medicine
Dr. Cindy Stubbs received her DVM from North Carolina State University in 1995. She then went on to complete a one-year rotating Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Texas A&M University, followed by a Residency in Small Animal Medicine at Colorado State University (CSU). Her research interest was feline infectious diseases. In 1999, she received a Master's Degree in Clinical Sciences based on this research at CSU. Dr. Stubbs then worked for 2 years in a large, multi-doctor specialty hospital in Marietta, GA. From 2001-2008, Dr. Stubbs was the owner and internist for North Georgia Veterinary Specialty Care in Suwanee, GA. She currently provides internal medicine services at Triangle Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Durham, NC.
Her special interests in internal medicine include all things feline, especially infectious diseases. She speaks at local, state and national conferences about topics in feline medicine (systemic hypertension, diabetes mellitus, respiratory disease, renal disease, and geriatric care to name a few). She also enjoys working with canine patients, especially with their interesting endocrine concerns.
She currently lives in North Carilona with her husband, Paul Frank, their two young human children Jack and Lily, and their animal children (5 cats and 2 dogs). She enjoys reading and gardening in her "spare" time.