Ethics Explorer A Guide to the Financial Interests of Elected Officials

Rep. Lynn Stucky District 64 (R-Denton)

  • Agriculture & Livestock
  • Land & Resource Management
Financial Statements

Sources of Income

  • Stucky owns the Animal Hospital on Milam Road in Sanger, Texas. He reported owning more than $25,000 in assets in the veterinary clinic in his most recent personal financial statement. He reported income as a veterinarian. He also reported income in farming.
  • His wife is an office manager at TVET Operating LLC in Humble.


  • Residential property in Denton County with a market value of $393,363. Stucky owns two additional lots nearby, both with market values of $44,213.
  • Stucky owns an additional four properties in McPherson County, Kansas, listed under the “Stucky Family Partnership Fund.” Three of the four properties are labeled for agricultural use and are valued at $12,610, $41,160 and $28,210. The fourth one is a residential property valued at $115,930.
  • The land Stucky’s veterinary clinic sits on in Denton County is valued at $216,536


  • In December 2010, the Texas Board of Veterinary Examiners investigated Stucky for dispensing prescription medication for animals without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship. The board placed Stucky on veterinary probation for a year and fined him $2,500. The issue resurfaced in March 2013 after the board discovered large amounts of expired controlled substances at Stucky’s veterinary practice. The board found Stucky administered an expired substance to around 500 animal patients. Stucky received a formal reprimand and was ordered to take a Texas veterinary jurisprudence examination within 90 days of the board’s order.