Meet Mendon Village Animal Hospital’s Outstanding Veterinarians
Mendon Village Animal Hospital’s veterinarians are the best and they make our hospital great. We are excited to have you to meet them.
Stuart Gluckman, DVM
Dr. Stuart Gluckman decided at age 9 that he would become a veterinarian. Receiving his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 1972, he fulfilled that dream. In December of 1979, after being in practice for 7 years, Dr. Gluckman founded Mendon Village Animal Hospital. He has two children, Ben and Bronwen. Dr. Gluckman and his wife Pamela live in Mendon with their three dogs; Beckett, a Standard Poodle and two Irish Setters named Little Red and Agnes. Wally, Mildred and Nashville are the family cats. Dr. Gluckman is the Vice-President and founding member of Pet Pride of New York, a no-kill shelter for cats in Victor, New York. He and his wife love spending time at their camp on Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks. Even after 42 years Dr. Gluckman is still passionate about being in practice and can often be heard saying, "I have never worked a day in my life."
Allan Reichenstein, DVM
Dr. Allan Reichenstein started college in architecture school at Tulane University in 1973, later graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. Seeing the role that animals play in our lives, he pursued a career in veterinary medicine receiving his DVM degree from Cornell University in 1984. From 1984 to 1986, Dr. Reichenstein practiced in Ithaca, NY with Dr. George Ross, a Board Certified Surgeon, before joining Mendon Village Animal Hospital and becoming partners with Dr. Gluckman. Dr. Reichenstein lives in Honeoye Falls with his wife, Debbie. They have five children, one of which is still living at home. They have three cats and a dog named Murphy. When not at work, Dr. Reichenstein enjoys spending time outside in nature.
Jennifer Boehmer, DVM
Dr. Jennifer Boehmer graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. She joined the practice in1998 after completing one year clinical internship at Veterinary Specialists of Rochester. She is married to a cat loving engineer named Jay. They have two children, Cate and Sam. Their animal kids include a German Shepherd named Josie, and 2 rescued cats named Priscilla and Woody. In her free time, Dr. Boehmer enjoys many outdoor activities including swimming, hiking, biking and skiing.
Andrea Williamson, DVM CVA
Dr. Andrea Williamson is a native of Rochester, graduating from Gananda High School. She received her undergraduate biology degree from Alfred University and worked for 3 years in biomedical research at the University of Rochester Medical Center following graduation. In 2008, Dr. Williamson received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University. After practicing in Northeast Pennsylvania for nearly 6 years, Dr. Williamson returned to Rochester and joined our team in 2014. Since vet school Dr. Williamson has had a special interest in pain management and physical rehabilitative medicine. She received advanced training in animal physical rehabilitation from the University of Tennessee and completed her certification in acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Florida. Dr. Williamson now splits her time working between Mendon Village Animal Hospital and her new business, Mendon Integrative Veterinary Medicine. In what little free time she has left, Dr. Williamson enjoys hiking, kayaking, photography, traveling, and keeping her cat Dudel entertained.
Kerry Ryan, DVM
Dr. Kerry Ryan, a graduate of Pittsford Mendon High School, was born and raised in Pittsford. She received her Bachelor of Science in 2006 from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse. Prior to attending veterinary school, Dr. Ryan had a handful of unique jobs including testing Whitetail deer in central New York for Chronic Wasting Disease, trapping wild small mammals in the beautiful Adirondack Park, volunteering as a zoo keeper at Seneca Park Zoo and working as a veterinary assistant at Genesee Valley Equine Clinic. Dr. Ryan earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 2012. For two years following graduation, Dr. Ryan worked as a small animal general practitioner at Perry Veterinary Clinic in Livonia, New York. She enjoys many aspects of her veterinary work, but has special interests in surgery, pain management, and dentistry. Outside of the veterinary clinic, she spends much time enjoying the outdoors and can often be found hiking with her dogs, kayaking, gardening, horseback riding or skiing. Indoor hobbies include cheering for Syracuse University sports, cooking, baking, canning, and is also pretty crafty. Dr. Ryan's four-legged friends are Piper and Haddie, both Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, a crazy cat named Ninja, and Triton, a mischievous horse. Dr. Ryan joined the amazing team at MVAH in 2014 and loves that this career allows her to complement and foster the incredible bonds that exist between dedicated humans and our loving pets.
Amy Todd, DVM
Dr. Amy Todd was raised in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, but has called the NY Finger Lakes region home for the past 10 years. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Bioscience with Honors in Dairy and Animal Science from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002. She then attended Cornell University, graduating with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2006. During veterinary school, Dr. Todd focused her studies in both Small Animal and Equine medicine. In her senior year, she was honored with the Gentle Doctor Award for excellence in patient care. Immediately after graduation, Dr. Todd completed a 1 year internship with Genesee Valley Equine Clinic. She stayed on as an associate veterinarian with GVEC for another 2 years prior to making the transition to companion animal practice. Dr. Todd practiced at Canandaigua Veterinary Hospital from 2009 to 2015, developing a strong rapport with clients and their pets during that time. She has recently joined Mendon Village Animal Hospital and is excited to contribute to the high level of care that has earned the clinic such a distinguished reputation in the Rochester area. Dr. Todd gains a lot of enjoyment from the long-term relationships she builds with owners and their pets as a general practitioner, but also has strong clinical interests in imaging, medicine, and clinical pathology. Outside of work, Dr. Todd and her husband, Brian, enjoy spending time with each other and their children, Bryn and Patrick. They share a home with a Rottweiler, named Greta, and two cats, Samson and Simon. As time allows, Dr. Todd enjoys running, cycling, hiking, and a good book!