Dr. Linda J. Lueth

Dr. Lueth grew up in a small town in central Michigan. She earned a B.S. in Biology at Central Michigan University. Before attending veterinary school, Dr. Lueth worked in the family electrical supply distribution business. She is a 1999 graduate of Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Lueth completed a rotating internship at Southwest Veterinary Specialty Center in Tucson, Arizona. After a brief return to her home state of Michigan, Dr. Lueth spent most of the next eight years working in emergency medicine in the Tucson and Phoenix areas. Dr. Lueth joined Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital in 2007.

Dr. Lueth is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Southern Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, and the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association.

When not at work, Dr. Lueth enjoys hiking, skiing, and woodturning. She lives in Northwest Tucson with her family, including a yorkie, a lab-pointer mix, a 100% pure-bred mutt, and three large cats.

Dr. Lueth grew up in a small town in central Michigan. She earned a B.S. in Biology at Central Michigan University. Before attending veterinary school, Dr. Lueth worked in the family electrical supply distribution business. She is a 1999 graduate of Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Lueth completed a rotating internship at Southwest Veterinary Specialty Center in Tucson, Arizona. After a brief return to her home state of Michigan, Dr. Lueth spent most of the next eight years working in emergency medicine in the Tucson and Phoenix areas. Dr. Lueth joined Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital in 2007.

Dr. Lueth is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Southern Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, and the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association.

When not at work, Dr. Lueth enjoys hiking, skiing, and woodturning. She lives in Northwest Tucson with her family, including a yorkie, a lab-pointer mix, a 100% pure-bred mutt, and three large cats.