Dr. Bolotov joined Dundee Animal Hospital as an emergency care doctor in November 2015.
She obtained her Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in early 2014 after attending her clinical year at Cornell University Hospital for Animals.
During her educational career, she worked as an emergency technician, farm hand, horse trainer, and aquatics specialist where she discovered her love of teaching. Dr. Bolotov has a special interest in diagnostic ultrasonography and critical care, and enjoys seeing all manner of creatures from exotic to companion animals.
Dr. Bolotov maintains a small zoo at home that includes three cats, two dogs, two snakes, a freshwater fish tank, and her husband and young son. She also has a young warmblood horse which she enjoys riding dressage, and dreams of one day competing in combined driving events.