The Brockton Animal Hospital medical staff’s experience in a wide range of veterinary medical and surgical areas provides high quality care for the specific needs of your dog, cat and other pets.
ronald e. hirschberg, dvm
Dr. Hirschberg is the hospital director of Brockton Animal Hospital. He came to the hospital after graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and has been here over 30 years. During his tenure, Dr. Hirschberg has developed the facility into a full service hospital emphasizing surgery as well as medicine.
Dr. Hirschberg’s areas of interest include orthopedics, ophthalmology, dermatology, and low level laser therapy. He is a recognized authority on photomedicine and its application in companion animal medicine. His treatment protocols are published in Thor Photomedicine’s veterinary treatment manual, and his speaking engagements have included WALT (World Association of Laser Therapy) and NAALT (North American Association of Laser Therapy).
Outside the hospital Dr. Hirschberg enjoys sailing, rock climbing and tinkering
with sports cars.
scott m. huffenus, dvm
Dr. Huffenus has been a member of the medical team at Brockton Animal Hospital for the past 10 years, first as a veterinary technician and then as veterinarian. His experience as both technician and doctor gives him an in-depth understanding of both the medical and comfort needs of his patients. Dr. Huffenus is a graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. His areas of interest are cardiology, surgery and behavioral medicine.
Dr. Huffenus’s diversions from the world of science and medicine include: drums, he plays many styles including African, South American and jazz; golf; running; and sailing.
mark d. goldberg, dvm
Dr. Goldberg has been practicing veterinary medicine at Brockton Animal Hospital for the past 17 years, participating in all aspects of medicine and surgery. He came to Brockton Animal Hospital after practicing at a number of small animal practices in Eastern Massachusetts. Dr. Goldberg is a graduate of Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science, and completed an internship at Cornell University. His areas of interest include internal medicine, cardiology, and oncology.