Kennel Care Veterinary Hospital: Excellent Family Service in Chandler AZ
Dr. Hudman was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and was raised in Nebraska, Texas, and Oklahoma. He attended Oklahoma State University for undergraduate studies and a doctorate in veterinary medicine. After graduation, Dr. Hudman served as a Captain in the United States Army Veterinary Corp. He was stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas and Seoul, South Korea and in charge of military working dogs. After fulfilling his duties with the Army, he practiced in a large and small animal practice outside Tulsa, Oklahoma. In 1993, Dr. Hudman purchased Kennel Care Veterinary Hospital and has been practicing in the Chandler area ever since.
His hobbies include bicycling, camping, hiking, and outdoor activities. Dr. Hudman and his wife, Karen, have 3 adult children that have worked at Kennel Care and still reside in the Phoenix area. The Hudman household is shared by two French Bulldogs, a Norwich Terrier, and a African Spurred Sulcata Tortoise named Turbo.
Kennel Care is excited to introduce Dr. Holly Tuttle to the team! Dr. Tuttle is an Arizona native who wanted to be a veterinarian as long as she can recall. At an early age, she became involved with the American Kennel Club dog events in both obedience and conformation. She placed numerous AKC titles on many of her Labrador Retrievers, and while in high school competed at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York. She attended Arizona State University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She graduated from Colorado State University with her degree in Veterinary Medicine as well as her Veterinary Acupuncture Certification. She is an active member of the local Labrador Retriever Club and still participates in AKC dog shows with her Labs.
Her areas of interest include preventative health care, behavior, reproduction, and alternative medicine including acupuncture.
Dr. Edith Herczegh has been practicing veterinary medicine for 29 years, the past 26 years in the Ahwatukee area. Born and raised in Chicago, Dr. Herczegh earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Illinois Chicago, remaining in her home state to earn her DVM in 1988 from the University Of Illinois College Of Veterinary Medicine in Urbana. After graduation, Dr. Herczegh moved to Arizona with her husband Al where he attended a graduate program at ASU. The Herzceghs liked Arizona so much, they decided to make it their home. Dr. Herczegh enjoys football, soccer and especially hockey. She’s also a fan of hiking and birdwatching. She and Al share their household with three dogs: a Boston terrier named Hannah and two pugs, Ernie and Zuzu.