Dr. Scot, along with his wife, Brenda, own Amazia Veterinary Service. Dr. Lubbers grew up raising and showing sheep and rabbits in 4-H in Oregon and is a 1984 graduate of OSU. After opening Amazia in 1988, he quickly became one of the region’s camelid specialists and is a frequent speaker at various camelid functions. He donates many hours to extension educational programs as well as 4-H, and is an active part and invaluable asset to the YEAH program (Youth Efforts Against Hunger). Dr. Scot also has served as a Fair Veterinarian for the Clark County Fair.
Dr. Lubbers is a member of the NWCF Medical Research Committee and also serves as the NWCF representative on the Llama Medical Research Group. Both a llama and an alpaca join the horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and dogs that the Lubbers and their two sons, Nathaniel and Matthew, raise and show.