Dr. Arielle Lubin grew up in Long Island, NY, and has wanted to become a veterinarian for as long as she can remember. After researching Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT, Dr. Lubin decided to follow her love of veterinary medicine by studying at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. From there, she returned to Brooklyn, where she completed a year-long small animal rotating medicine and surgical internship at the Veterinary Emergency and Referral Group. She then worked in general practice at a practice in Brooklyn for several years.
Now, Dr. Lubin enjoys working with a variety of different practices in-person, and has had extensive experience in TeleHealth over the past 2 years virtually helping thousands of pets and their owners. Outside of work, Dr. Lubin enjoys performing and listening to music, dancing, hiking, and cooking extensively. She lives with her 2 cats, Amadeus (an orange tabby) and Glia (a long-haired tuxedo), along with her partner, a fellow musician who comes from a large family of veterinarians in the UK and shares her love of animals (especially cats!).