Meet Our Staff
Roseburg, OR’s Most Loving & Experienced Vet Team
Scott G. Hendy, D.V.M
Dr. Hendy received his B.S. in Veterinary Science with high honors, from the University of California Davis, where he also received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1975. Dr. Hendy was a University of California Regents Scholar, the Davis Chapter President of SAVMA as well as the recipient of the Pfizer Award.
Dr. Hendy was recognized as the Veterinarian of the Year in Oregon in 2001 and received OVMA’s highest honor, the Meritorious Service Award, in 2009 for lifetime achievement and contributions to the veterinarian profession and the community.
Dr. Hendy is also active in the North Roseburg Rotary Club and on the Board for Wildlife Safari. In the past he has served on the Board of Saving Grace, YMCA, United Way, and Douglas County Humane Society. He was recognized by the Chamber of Commerce as Roseburg’s Male First Citizen for 2013.
Dr. Hendy is married to Sandra, who was also recognized as Roseburg’s Female First Citizen for 2015. Dry Hendy and Sandra have two grown children and three granddaughters. Dr. Hendy’s free time is spent fishing, playing racquetball, riding horses, and raising cattle.
Allan D. Rott, D.V.M.
Dr. Rott received his B.S. in Zoology from North Dakota State University. He received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1989, where he was recognized in the Who’s Who of Students in Medicine and received the Outstanding Service Award from the Veterinary Fraternity, Omega Tau Sigma. He is an active member in many organizations, including AVMA, OVMA, AAHA, and he served as President of SWOVMA in 1998. He is currently an Assistant Scoutmaster with a Boy Scout Troop in Melrose.
Dr. Rott shares his life with his wife, children and pets. He enjoys spending time with his family and almost any outdoor activity.
Dr. Kubitz was born and raised right here in Roseburg. After graduating from Roseburg High School, she moved to Corvallis where she received a B.S. in Animal Science and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University.
Dr. Kubitz is excited to be returning to her home town along with her husband, Tom and their menagerie of animals which includes a Basset Hound named Finnegan, a yellow Labrador named Rogue, 2 cats, a flock of chickens, and many fish. In her spare time she loves being outdoors, camping with her family, and can always be caught taking way too many pictures of her dogs. Dr. Kubitz is happy to see your small animal family members as well as your livestock and equids.