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Dr Mark A. Rosenberg graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994, then practiced at mixed animal hospitals in Waterboro, ME and Falls Village, CT. Mark purchased the Hurley Veterinary Hospital in February of 2000.
Dr. Rosenberg enjoys working not only with house pets but also with farm animals and exotics such as llamas, alpacas and bison. He and his wife Donna live in Hurley and have three children. He hopes that one will follow in his footsteps. He has a deep appreciation for a wide variety of music genres and enjoys an occasional round of golf and riding his Harley-Davidson.
Dr. David Gunzburg is a graduate of the globally accredited veterinary school at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. Prior to vet school, Dr. Gunzburg was a film and television Producer/Director for productions filmed in Australia (his home country) and overseas. His affinity for all animals and their well-being, a love for the country versus the "big smoke," and a quest to explore new and exciting challenges, were precursors leading to veterinary medicine and ultimately to Hurley Veterinary Hospital via Salem, NY. Along with special interests in small ruminants, including alpacas and goats, and orthopedic surgery, Dr. Gunzburg is enjoying the great variety of outdoor activities this region has to offer.
Dr. Amy Enkler grew up in the Catskills and attended Marist College. She worked as an equine vet tech for 5 years prior to attending Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2012 with highest honors. She completed her clinical training at North Carolina State University and her internship at Flannery Animal Hospital, continuing as an associate until 2014 when she joined Hurley Veterinary Hospital. Her special interests include cardiology, ultrasonography, surgery and emergency medicine. She enjoys educating clients, getting to know them personally, and client satisfaction.
Dr. Enkler she enjoys horseback riding, skiing, camping, and spending time with her family; husband Jim and two stepdaughters. They have a small farm and have horses, dogs and one cat. She is a member of AVMA, NYSVMS and Hudson Valley Veterinary Medical Society.
Dr. Gillian Ferguson grew up in upstate New York and wanted to become a veterinarian for as long as she can remember. Her interests were aimed at companion animal care until she attended college at the University of California, Davis where she gained a love for small ruminants, especially sheep. She graduated Cornell University veterinary school with a mixed animal emphasis and has practiced in Australia, Wisconsin, and has been back in the Hudson Valley for several years. When she is not working as a veterinarian she is also an EMT for Northern Dutchess Paramedics and is the owner and herd manager of a flock of sheep in her home town.
Dr. Konstantine Barsky grew up in New York City wanting to be a paleontologist. This interest, coupled with constant exposure to the medical field through his family, led him to veterinary school at Ross University where he graduated in 2008. Often considered a tough profession to enter and pursue, Kon finds veterinary medicine to be a natural choice for him since making his decision. While Dr. Barsky misses some things about his urban roots, he readily admits that he enjoys the mixed animal environment that a rural area like Ulster County and the Hudson Valley provides him.
Dr. Barsky loves music, especially jazz, and is himself an accomplished bass player.