Dr. Brian Holub received his Bachelor's of Science degree in 1979 from the University of Cincinnati, and is a 1983 graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Holub was a staff veterinarian at Bedford Animal Hospital (in Bedford, NH) and Hudson Animal Hospital (in Hudson, NH), and was also a veterinarian for Benson's Wild Animal Farm, formerly of Hudson, NH. He has been connecting with his clients at Countryside Veterinary Hospital since 1985.
Stemming from his experience and education, he has adapted many progressive programs into his hospital over the years, including but not limited to the treatment of exotics, ultrasonography, laser surgery, digital radiography, physical therapy and laparoscopy. He is a member of the Veterinary Laser Society, a Winn Feline Foundation grant reviewer, and a member of the Hills Veterinary Diets Advisory Board.
Among his many special interests, Dr. Holub has incorporated advanced dental surgery into the practice and is a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society. Above and beyond the latest advancements in ultrasound scaling and polishing, he performs restoration, bonding, gingival flap surgery, and endodontics (root canals) to help your pet keep it's perfect smile.
His interest in continuing education extends beyond the boundaries of the hospital. He is a clinical instructor at Tufts College of Veterinary Medicine for first year veterinary students, in "Problem Based Learning."
Dr. Holub was a breeder of pedigreed American Shorthair Cats for over 23 years, fueling his special interest in pedigree cat medicine, multiple cat environments and feline reproduction. He is currently a medical advisor and grant reviewer for the Winn Feline Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that funds feline medical research.
Dr. Holub and his late wife Cindie have four sons. He himself and all four of his boys hold the ranking of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Dr. Holub still volunteers and gives back of his time and advice to Boy Scout Troup #159, where he is an Assistant Scoutmaster. Our hospital offers tours to all members of the scouts, both boys and girls, to help them earn badges to progress in the organization, as well as to help them learn about the various career opportunities available in the veterinary field. He is a proud volunteer ski instructor for New England Disabled Sports at Loon Mountain. And spends most of his winter weekends on the mountain helping disabled persons learn to ski.
Dr. Holub cares strongly about the patients, clients, hospital, employees and families of Countryside Veterinary Hospital. His vision is and has always been to provide exceptional customer service and progressive veterinary care to Countryside’s clientele, keeping the best interest of the patient first and foremost.