Dr. Jeremy Tubbs is a General Practitioner and co-owner of Millwood Animal Hospital with his wife Dr. Daniela Goldman since June of 2011.
A native of Kaufman, Texas, Dr. Tubbs says that one of his earliest influences was growing up on his family’s small farm. “We always had cattle, chickens, and raised a few pigs as well,” he says. “Raising animals for reasons other than companionship and working on the farm both helped build a strong connection to animals and helped create a strong work ethic.”
Another early influence was his first dog. “I got Rufus, a Yellow Lab, when I was a young boy of about seven or eight,” Dr. Tubbs says. “He was never phased by anything—aural hematomas, bitten by a water moccasin, kicked by a cow—and yet he was always there for me, like a rock. I admired him and think of him any time I see a Yellow Lab.”
For his undergraduate studies, Dr. Tubbs attended Texas A&M University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science in 2002. A year later, he enrolled at Ross University’s School of Veterinary Medicine with a year of clinical studies at Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. His areas of special professional interest include ultrasound and surgery. He is also a member of the New York State Veterinary Medical Society, American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Westchester-Rockland Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Tubbs and Dr. Goldman—who met their first day of veterinary school—have three boys, Eli, Nathaniel, and Seth, and provide a home for a mixed breed named Chewy, a border collie named Shadow and two cats named Hanna and Teddy. His interests include working out, playing with his son and following the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers.
Dr. Daniela Goldman is a General Practitioner and co-owner of Millwood Animal Hospital with her husband Dr. Jeremy Tubbs since June of 2011.
Dr. Goldman says that she has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was a young girl growing up in New York City and caring for her family’s four dogs. Adding to her desire was time spent riding horses competitively and spending summers working on a horse farm training and taking care of the horses. Now that she is a veterinarian, she says she gains great satisfaction from seeing a patient’s health improve as well as being able to successfully take on a challenging case.
For her undergraduate studies, Dr. Goldman attended Skidmore College where she was a member of the Intercollegiate Equestrian Team. She received a Bachelor of Science in Business in 2000. Dr. Goldman then worked on Wall Street, but found the tug of becoming a veterinarian too much to ignore. In 2001, she enrolled in New York University to complete her post-baccalaureate degree for veterinary school and then enrolled in Ross University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. During veterinary school she received the University’s Large Animal Surgery Award. Dr. Goldman received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2007.
Her areas of special professional interest include oncology and internal medicine. Dr. Goldman is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society. Additionally, she has worked as a volunteer with Earthwatch in Kenya to research Black Rhinos, and participated in a veterinary wildlife course in South Africa.
Dr. Goldman and her husband Dr. Jeremy Tubbs are the proud parents of three boys, Eli, Nathaniel, and Seth. Her pets include a mixed breed named Chewy, a Border Collie named Shadow, and two cats named Hanna and Teddy. Interests include working out, travel, horseback riding, running and spending time with her family.
Ashley is a receptionist at Millwood Animal Hospital. She joined our team in September of 2015 and is responsible for checking clients in and out, keeping them and their pets comfortable while they wait to see a veterinarian, answering their questions, and assisting our technicians when needed.
"I enjoy learning something new every day from the staff," she says.
Ashley has one dog, a eight-year-old Dachshund named Bella. In her spare time, she likes to read, run, and spend time with family.
Cindi is a Veterinary Assistant at Millwood Animal Hospital. Cindi joined our team in August of 2016. Cindi previously worked at another local small animal hospital as well a large dog boarding facility. She is currently enrolled in the Penn Foster distance veterinary technician program.
“I like working at Millwood Animal Hospital because the atmosphere is great and also we have a very loving and caring staff,” Cindi said.
In her spare time she likes to spend time with her friends, family and all her dogs! Cindi is married and has 6 dogs, Charlotte, Maddie, Molly Rosa, Mr. Bubba, Sophie and Winston
Matthew is one of our veterinary assistants and joined Millwood Animal Hospital in April 2017. Matt previously worked with sea turtles in Florida and Costa Rica. Matt was responsible for the daily care of over 50 turtles as well as their rehabilitation back into their natural habitat. Matt continues to work at a local animal shelter helping homeless dogs get adopted. Matt is currently enrolled in a veterinary technician program.
“ I love the interaction with animals on a daily basis and the sense of accomplishment and joy in knowing that you were instrumental in helping make an animal feel better” Matt said about his work at Millwood Animal Hospital
Matt in his spare time likes hiking, playing golf and hanging out with his dog Boomer and niece.
Elise is one of our veterinary receptionist and joined Millwood Animal Hospital in July 2018. Elise has always had animals growing up and loves to welcome all clients and patients with a smile.
“ I have learned so much at Millwood and continue to learn everyday. It's never boring!"
Elise in her spare time likes to go hiking with Karen and Bernice, her two rescue dogs!!
Maya is one of our veterinary assistants and joined Millwood Animal Hospital in June 2019. Maya is currently applying to Veterinary School
“ Working at Millwood is great, everyone is really nice and helpful. I feel like I am making a real positive difference in animals lives."
Maya also volunteers at a wildlife sanctuary where she works deer, squirrels, chipmunks and other wild animals. Maya lives with a NYPD K9 officer named Boomer.
Amy joined Millwood Animal Hospital in September 2019. Amy has been working in the veterinary field for over 10 years.
Amy enjoys rock climbing and spending time with her dachshund.