Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice

3 Jockey Hollow Road
New Milford, NY 10959


Dr. Jennie Rubenstein

Dr. Jennie Rubenstein

Since graduating from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1993, Dr. Rubenstein has treated dogs, cats and exotic pets. She enjoys educating her clients about their pet's conditions so that they can work collaboratively to choose a treatment or prevention plan that is just right for the family.

As a pet owner herself, she is particularly sensitive to the strong bond that develops between a family and their pets. The responsibilities of pet ownership often include sensitive and emotional decisions regarding treatment strategies for each life stage.  It takes compassionate communication to make decisions that are individually tailored to the pet and family's needs.

"I value the relationship that is developed between a veterinarian and their clients. Communication is the basis of this relationship, as we work to protect, treat, and preserve the quality of life of our pets. "

Dr. Rubenstein has had the pleasure of sharing her heart with several pet rabbits, a chinchilla, a turtle, a snake, some mice and hamsters, a bearded dragon, a ferret, many dogs, a few cats, and a horse in addition to her human family.

Dr. Rachel Rogoff

Dr. Rachel Rogoff was born and raised in Southeastern Connecticut.  She received her received her BVMS degree (Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery) from the University of Glasgow’s School of Veterinary Medicine in Scotland in May 2018. During her studies, Dr. Rogoff developed interests in small animal internal medicine, preventative care, and production animal medicine with dogs and goats being two of her favorite species to work with.


Prior to veterinary school she earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of Vermont where she studied animal science with a pre-veterinary focus. During school breaks, she could be found traveling with the club softball team, working at the local veterinary clinic or participating in internships involving everything from goats to cows to warthogs.


Despite falling in love with the Scottish culture and people, she decided to move to a semi-rural community closer to home.  In August 2018 she joined the Jockey Hollow family. Dr. Rogoff is very excited to be back in the Northeast (where there are all four seasons) and to become a part of the wonderful community of Warwick.


Dr. Rogoff cannot wait to meet all the fabulous patients and clients of Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice!  If you see her during your visit, please stop and say hi!



Adam Daly

As the chief veterinary assistant of the Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice since 1992,  Adam has been a regular part of our client's lives.  He conscientiously attends to each patient from admission to the hospital until discharge. He is more than happy to discuss your pet's care and preventative health recommendations.  With years of experience and his continuous efforts to improve the quality of care the Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice provides, he is an asset to our clients.


Our Staff


Our Technicians are highly trained! They regularly attend continuing education and are more than happy to help you. Steven and Tim have spent more than half of their lives in the animal care field.  Steven has years of experience working in anesthesia and surgery. His advanced training is an asset to our team. Tim was born into the veterinary field. His intuition, compassion and exotic animal handling skills were honed from years of exposure and training.

Our receptionists are friendly and approachable.  They will happily assist you with scheduling appointments, filling prescriptions, and directing your calls to our technicians or doctor for health information.  It is not unusual to find them on the "other side of the desk" giving that extra bit of attention to the patients at Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice.

 Our animal care staff is quick to give extra love & attention to our patients during exam visits or hospital stays.