Dr. Gil Stanzione, D.V.M.
Dr. Stanzione attended the University of Vermont, graduating summa cum laude with a degree in animal science. He spent three years in the mammal department at the Bronx Zoo as a menagerie zookeeper. He then attended Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1991 with honors.
After graduation, Dr. Stanzione worked in both small animal and emergency medicine on Long Island. In 1998, he opened his practice in Ardsley, New York and in 2001 he moved the practice to its present location in White Plains. In addition to his clinical work with companion animals, Dr. Stanzione is the attending veterinarian for several private zoos in Westchester County. Dr. Stanzione works extensively with the NYC House Rabbit Society.
Dr. Stanzione’s passions are his children and ballroom dancing where he met his wife. His oldest son, Nick, is a college graduate looking towards medical school. His daughter, Julia, now a teenager, still aspires to take over her dad’s practice. With his beautiful wife, Anna, he’s been blessed with a very energetic and charismatic little boy, Mason. Beautiful and happy baby Mila, the latest addition, completes the Stanzione family. Niles, Ford, and River, their three little dogs, round off his happy family.
Dr. Zach Marteney, D.V. M.
Dr. Marteney earned his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2012. After completing additional post-graduate training in small animal medicine and surgery he worked in emergency medicine at a referral hospital in Connecticut before joining Dakota Veterinary Center in 2017. He is excited to bring his experience to Westchester County.
Dr. Marteney is a transplant from Kansas, but enjoys living in New York with his wife Amy and their three pets - Atlas the dog, Tiffany the cat, and Citra the veiled chameleon. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities including mountain biking, snowboarding, and hiking, as well as home brewing craft beer and cider.