Dr. Zoe Ramagnano Bio
Dr. Zoe was born in Trinidad, Colorado and spent her childhood in New Mexico and Pennsylvania. She graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Animal Bioscience and an honors degree in Veterinary Science in 2000. She received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. She then completed a rotating surgery and medicine internship at the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital before joining the VCA West Los Angeles staff in 2006.
In 2012, Zoe helped open the Village Vet, a small boutique practice in Silverlake. She has also received advanced training in dentistry and is certified in veterinary acupuncture.
In 2018, Zoe joined the staff of The Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles. She was the head veterinarian at the South Los Angeles location until the spring of 2022. During her time at SNPLA, Zoe became proficient in high volume spay and neuter and helped build a thriving clinic that served the low income communities of Los Angeles. In addition to her work in private practice Zoe has always been passionate about animal welfare. She has spent the last 14 years volunteering as the veterinary medical director for Angel City Pit Bulls.
Dr. Zoe is deeply concerned about the well being of all animals and also has a profound interest in social justice and equality. Her position at Paws for Life has afforded her the opportunity to finally meld her passion for social justice and veterinary medicine.
Zoe is looking forward to building strong partnerships throughout the Los Angeles community. She is also looking forward to mentoring the next generation of veterinary nurses and doctors. She is most excited about all of the cool dogs, cats and humans she is going to meet along the way.