Gregory S. Riskin, DVM
Dr. Greg Riskin has been working in Small Animal Veterinary Medicine since he was 16 years old. He graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. After graduation, he completed a 13 month Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship at The Animal Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Riskin has enjoyed caring for our pets in Northern N.J. and being the owner of Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital since 1999. He is proud to be an integral part of our community.
Dr. Riskin grew up with Schnauzers, turtles, and cats in White Plains, N.Y. Since August 2000, he has resided in Fair Lawn with his wife Andrea, a Psychologist, and their three children; Deborah, Michael, and Eden. Included in their family are two pets; a cat rescued as a kitten after suffering head trauma named Cyrus, and a partially blind cat rescued as a very young sickly kitten named Roey.
In addition, Dr. Riskin is an outspoken advocate of pain management for our furry family members. Although they may not always show it, animals suffer from pain just as much as we do. He feels very strongly that it is critical to control our pets' pain in order for them to maintain a good quality of life. He is a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.
Lisa R. Meltzer-Press, DVM
Dr. Meltzer-Press is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After practicing several years in Nutley, N.J., she joined the staff at Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital in 1989. She is a native of Fair Lawn and was happy to return to her hometown to work and raise her two daughters. Dr. Meltzer-Press enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine. She lives with her husband Bryan, their Welsh Corgi; Beatrix and their rescue cat; Madge. Dr. Meltzer-Press is an avid walker and likes running into her patients and their owners in the local parks. She also enjoys birdwatching, reading, knitting, and spending time with her family.
Max Rozenbaum, DVM
Dr. Max Rozenbaum is a Russian native who moved to Fair Lawn, N.J. when he was a child. He received his undergraduate education in Animal Science from Rutgers University and his veterinary degree from Tuskegee University. He completed a one year rotating Internal Medicine and Surgical Internship at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in Long Island, N.Y. Dr. Rozenbaum is fluent in Russian and a member of the AVMA and NNJVMA. In his free time he enjoys skiing, hiking, and jogging. He is recently married to Dr. Adrienne Harvie, who is also a veterinarian. Their current family includes their cat Ziggy, new puppy Abita, and new rescue kitten Gumbo.
Adrienne Harvie, DVM
Dr. Adrienne Harvie is a Louisiana native. She received her undergraduate education in Biology from the University of Georgia and her veterinary degree from Tuskegee University. She completed a one year rotating Internal Medicine and Surgical Internship at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in Long Island, N.Y. Dr. Harvie is a member of the AVMA as well as the NNJVMA. In her free time she enjoys jogging, cooking, and ballroom dancing with her husband. She met her husband Dr. Max Rozenbaum in veterinary school. They have a cat named Ziggy, a Boston Terrier named Abita, and recent rescue kitten named Gumbo.