Barbara Bucki-Ohm, DVM — Co-Chief of Staff
Dr. Bucki-Ohm has been part of the New Baltimore Animal Hospital team for over 27 years and serves as Co-Chief of Staff. Growing up in Buffalo, New York, she now happily resides here in West Coxsackie. Dr. Bucki-Ohm earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 1977 and then continued there to earn her DVM degree in 1981. Prior to joining us here, she has practiced at the Animal Medical Center in New York City as well as Chili Animal Hospital near Rochester, New York. We are very lucky to have such an experienced and dedicated veterinarian here at New Baltimore Animal Hospital!
Dr. Bucki-Ohm values developing close personal relationships with her clients and their beloved pets. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dr. Bucki-Ohm's medical interests include small animal surgery. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, gardening, traveling and spending time with her wonderful pets — two cats and an Australian Cattle Dog.
Stephen P. Ohm, DVM
Dr. Ohm has been a veterinarian at New Baltimore Animal Hospital for over 27 years. Growing up in South Durham, New York, he now lives here in West Coxsackie. Dr. Ohm completed his undergraduate studies in 1977 at Cornell University and then continued there to earn his DVM in 1981. After graduating from veterinary school, he worked at Henrietta Animal Hospital in Rochester, New York and at Henry Bergh Animal Hospital ASPCA in New York City.
Dr. Ohm truly believes in delivering the best possible care for his clients and their pets. He has special interest in general practice and nutrition. In his spare time, he enjoys bicycling, fishing and spending some quality time with his dog and two cats.
Bradley Knee, DVM
Dr. Knee has been a veterinarian on the New Baltimore Animal Hospital team for about 10 years. Growing up in Woodstock, New York, he now calls Saugerties, New York his home. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Albany SUNY in 1989 and then earned his veterinary degree at Colorado State University in 1997. Dr. Knee has also spent time practicing in Albany and Kingston, New York, as well as in Manalapan, New Jersey.
Dr. Knee enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine. He looks forward to helping his patients lead happy and healthy lives. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, fishing, snorkeling, and spending time in Hawaii.
Stuart Stiffey, DVM
Dr. Stiffey is a member of New Baltimore Animal Hospital's veterinary team, joining us in September 2013. A native of Pearl River, he currently resides in Woodstock, NY. Dr. Stiffey completed undergraduate studies at SUNY Albany in 1984 before earning a DVM degree from veterinary school at Louisiana State University in 1995.
Prior to New Baltimore Animal Hospital, Dr. Stiffey practiced veterinary medicine at Banfield of Newburgh in New York; VCA Montgomery Road Animal Hospital in Westfield, MA; South Peak Veterinary Hospital in Woodstock, NY; and Merrimack Veterinary Hospital in Merrimack, NH. His medical interests include surgery and epidemiology.
Sierra Rocco, DVM
Dr. Sierra Rocco grew up in Catskill, New York and currently resides in the Central Hudson area. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of New Haven and earned her DVM degree from Tufts CSVM. Her special interests include cardiology, disaster medicine, and Fear Free.
Outside of work, Dr. Rocco enjoys creative writing, reading, kayaking, and all manners of puzzles. She looks forward to serving and working with clients and their beloved pets by providing countless tail wags and purr-fect moments for many years to come!
William Perkins, DVM
Dr. Perkins practiced at New Baltimore Animal Hospital for over 20 years and served as our Co-Chief of Staff until his passing. He grew up in East Greenbush, New York, and received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University in 1988. He then went on to earn his DVM degree from Tufts University in 1994. After graduating from vet school, he practiced in Wynantskill, New York and Bennington, Vermont.
Within the veterinary field, Dr. Perkins was particularly interested in preventive medicine, pain management, and Fear Free techniques. He believed in delivering the best possible care for his clients and their pets. Outside of work, he enjoyed hiking, fishing, camping, and spending time with his two cats, Sushi and Hanley.
A great friend, colleague, and veterinarian, we miss him dearly.