Adrienne Harvie Rozenbaum, DVM
Dr. Harvie met Dr. Max Rozenbaum in veterinary school in Tuskegee, Alabama. After graduation, they both moved up to the northeast to pursue a small animal rotating internship at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in Long Island. In the summer of 2013, after they finished their internship, they moved to Bergen County and started working for Dr. Riskin at Valley Brook Veterinary hospital. Over the past ten years, while working at Valley Brook, they have gotten married and had two children, Logan and Stella. They also have two cats (Ziggy and Gumbo) and a dog (Abita). Adrienne is excited to now be one of the owners of Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital.
Max Rozenbaum, DVM
Dr. Max Rozenbaum, having grown up in Fair Lawn, started working at Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital in high school and immediately had an interest in veterinary medicine. In 2008, he was accepted to veterinary school in Tuskegee Alabama and moved down south where he met Dr. Adrienne Harvie. After graduation, they both moved to Long Island to pursue a small animal internship at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists. After completing his one year internship, he and Adrienne moved to Bergen county and accepted jobs at Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital working for Dr. Riskin. He has been working here for the past ten years. He and Adrienne have two kids, Logan and Stella, one dog (Abita) and two cats (Ziggy and Gumbo).
Dr. Max is incredibly grateful for all of the mentorship and opportunities that Dr. Riskin has provided him. He is honored to have gone from a high school student veterinary assistant to now be an owner of Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital.
Lisa Meltzer-Press, DVM
Dr Meltzer-Press is a Fair Lawn native and first expressed an interest in becoming a veterinarian as a 2nd grader in Radburn School. A graduate of The Ohio State University, she and her husband, Bryan moved back to Fair Lawn to raise their 2 daughters, Rachel and Ariel. “Dr. Mel” began working at Valley Brook Veterinary Hospital with Dr. Perkins in 1989, and continued her association, when Dr. Riskin acquired the practice. She has known and worked with Drs. Harvie and Rozenbaum for well over a decade and looks forward to this new chapter for the hospital. Dr. Mel and Bryan have a Welsh Corgi (Beatrix) and a rescue cat (Madge). In her spare time Dr. Meltzer-Press enjoys birdwatching, gardening and spending time with her family, especially her granddaughter, Eliza.