Ann Marie Zollo,

Role: Senior Veterinarian
Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care
Director of Medical Informatics
Department: Emergency & Critical Care
Dr. Ann Marie Zollo of the Animal Medical Center in New York City

Dr. Ann Marie Zollo, DVM, DACVECC obtained her undergraduate degree from Williams College in 2009 and her degree in veterinary medicine from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Following graduation from Cornell, Dr. Zollo completed both a general internship and emergency and critical care residency at the Animal Medical Center. Dr. Zollo achieved board certification in emergency and critical care in 2017, and has remained at the Animal Medical Center as a Senior Veterinarian since completing her residency.

Dr. Zollo is originally from the New York City area, and she now resides in Manhattan with her husband and their two cats, Izzy and Lola.

Board Certification:


  • BA, Cum Laude – Williams College, Williamstown, MA, May 2009
  • DVM, with distinction – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY, May 2013

Recent Publications:

Pfeifer M, Prittie J, Zollo AM, Weltman J. Red cell distribution width, illness severity, and all-cause mortality in dogs admitted to the ICU. J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio). 2022;32(2):168-172. doi:10.1111/vec.13146.

Zollo AM, Ayoob A, Prittie J, et al. Utility of admission lactate, lactate variables, and shock index in outcome assessment in dogs diagnosed with shock. J Vet Emerg Crit Care. 2019; 29: 505–513.

Blutinger A, Zollo A, Weltman J, Prittie J. Prospective evaluation of plasma lactate parameters for prognosticating dogs with shock. J Vet Emerg Crit Care. 2021;31(3):351-359.

Pfeifer M, Zollo AM, Prittie J. Red cell distribution width and all-cause mortality in canine ICU patients. Currently enrolling patients.

Crecraft K, Zollo AM, Prittie J. Hypocalcemia in canine trauma: Prevalence and impact of calcium supplementation: a prospective, randomized study. Currently enrolling patients.