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Dr. Evan Rosenoff, owner and president of Noah’s Ark established the veterinary hospital in 1996. Dr. Rosenoff follows in the footsteps of his father, and 2 uncles who are also veterinarians. It is his hope that he make a difference in the lives of his client’s and their pets.
Dr. Rosenoff grew up in New York and received his B.A. in biology from SUNY Albany in 1983. His degree in veterinary medicine came from Ross University and the University of Tennessee in 1991. Following graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Rosenoff finished his general medicine and surgery internship at the prestigious Animal Medical Center in New York City from 1991-1992.
Dr. Rosenoff has a special interest in Dermatology, Nutrition, and Exotic Pet Medicine.
Dr. Rosenoff and his wife MaryLou have 3 wired haired dachshunds, Bailey, Jonnie, and Bini, as well as a herd of tortoises to include Pancake, Indian Star, and Radiated Tortoises. His hobbies include collecting black and white photography, and listening to music (specifically the Grateful Dead).
Dr. Erin McKeon is originally from Blue Point, NY where she grew up with a passion for animals and the sciences. Becoming a veterinarian had always been her dream. In order to save money for vet school, she earned a degree in biology and chemistry at a local college. After undergraduate school, she went directly to Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her DVM degree.
Dr. McKeon is especially interested in dentistry and surgery. She looks forward to making long-lasting relationships with her clients and their pets.
Dr. McKeon's companions include her two shih tzus, Banjo and Peach, her horse, Arrowyn, and her kitty, Zuko. She loves spending time with her husband, Kevin, as well as horseback riding, the beach, playing the violin, and arts & crafts.