Dr. Carly Fox obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY in 2005. She then attended veterinary school at Ross University and Cornell University, graduating in 2009. Carly completed a rotating medicine and surgery internship at the Animal Medical Center in 2010. Following her post doctorate training, she joined the AMC full time in the Emergency and Critical Care Department. She is proud to work in one of the busiest veterinary emergency rooms in the world for the past nine years. Carly has a special interest in trauma, emergency procedures, and toxicities. She enjoys training veterinary interns in the ER/ICU and was awarded AMC’s annual Clendenin J Ryan Memorial Teaching Award in 2016.
Carly is a native New Yorker and lives in Manhattan with her husband Jordan, son Miller, daughter Penn, and French Bulldog Hank. The Fox Family loves traveling, visiting museums and the NYC restaurant scene. Dr. Fox is lucky to live and work in the city she loves.
- Bachelor of Science, Cornell University
- DVM, Ross University
Dr. Fox is regularly featured as a veterinary expert in top media outlets including:
- Bustle | “The Surprising Household Appliance That Can Be Seriously Dangerous For Your Pet”
- American Kennel Club | “Caring for a Chronically Ill Dog: How to Make Life Easier for You and Your Pup”
- Martha Stewart | “5 Tips for Bringing Your Dog on a Road Trip”
- PetMD | “Can Dogs Get High? The Dangerous Effects of Marijuana on Dogs”
- Bustle | “Science Says You Probably Shouldn’t Feed Your Dog A Vegan Diet — Here’s Why”
- Well+Good | “Fireworks Ignite Fear in Your Pup? Here’s How to Restore Your Canine’s Calm This Fourth of July”
- Greatist | “7 Things You Think Are Good for Your Pet but Really Aren’t”
- CBS | “Study: Most Pet Owners Oblivious To Dangers Posed From Tick-Borne Diseases”