Stephanie Kube, DVM, DACVIM

Dr. Kube graduated from Colorado State University with her DVM in 2000. She then completed a small animal rotating internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and a Neurosurgery Internship at the University of Georgia. She went on to complete her Neurology/Neurosurgery Residency at UC Davis and became a Diplomate of ACVIM (Neurology) in 2005.

Dr. Kube is also a certified veterinary pain practitioner (CVPP) and a certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT) and she is credential-eligible to sit for the American Academy of Pain Management (DAAPM) exam – she incorporates pain management into her daily practice as a neurologist/neurosurgeon.

Dr. Kube is progressive, integrative and remains current on all available modalities to treat different causes of pain and neurologic diseases. Dr. Kube has been involved in all aspects of pain management and rehabilitation, has first-hand knowledge on the approach to pain control and is willing to try new ideas. She continues to learn new and better alternative approaches for pets with neurological and pain issues. In addition to unending interest in new techniques, she also lecturers regionally, nationally and internationally on pain management, rehabilitation and neurology.

Dr. Kube wishes to make every experience for you and your pet(s) to be personalized so that full understanding of the existing medical issues and possible plans are discussed in detail. It is her belief that the team approach to treatment includes both you and your family’s veterinarian to make the best decisions for your pet.

-International lecturer

CRI course instructor

– Lecturer for Zoetis
– Board of Overseers for the New England Aquarium
– Vetmedteam course instructor
VIN consultant
– Active member of the Neurology Specialty of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, serving on many different committees

-Founding member of the Veterinary Neurological Society

-Veterinary Journal editor for Advances in Small Animal Medicine & Surgery

-Reviewer for Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Pathology, Journal of Small Animal Practice, Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine


Dr. Kube wants to keep you involved in your patient that comes to VNAP. You will be kept up to date on consultations, treatment plans and hospitalized cases via emails, phone calls, faxes or letters.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you haven’t received information or if you have any questions. Please inform her on your referral form which way you prefer to be contacted.

Dr. Kube’s Lecture schedule

VNAP CE – Doctor lectures
VNAP CE – Technician lectures