Skip to main content

Dr. Laura Page Warden


Dr. Page grew up in Rockville, Maryland, and remembers rescuing small rodents and birds from the neighborhood cat. She would try to nurse them back to health, and although she had more funerals than success, she knew she wanted to grow up to be a veterinarian. She graduated in 1984 from the University of Maryland with a BS in Animal Science, and in 1989 with honors from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Page came to Green Valley Animal Hospital in June of 1992 and found many wonderful people and a beautiful place to live. She and her husband Douglas Warden purchased the hospital in October 2003 and she prides herself on her wonderful and highly educated staff.

Dr. Page enjoys keeping up with the latest medical advances and obtains additional continuing education credits yearly, more than twice the requirement. She loves orthopedic and soft tissue surgery as well as internal medicine. She has taken many advanced course such as cranial cruciate ligament repair, hip and elbow surgery, advanced eye and eyelid surgery, abdominal exploratory and intestinal reconstructive surgeries. Other courses have included ultrasound and chiropractic medicine. She believes in advance pain management practices for our small companions. Her special interests include animal nutrition and after many years of practicing veterinary medicine she has found countless conditions can be treated very successfully with nutritional intervention. Dr. Page lives in New Market Maryland with her husband, son, two cats, three dogs and one corn snake. She loves spending time with her large extended family, riding horses, golf and traveling.

Dr. Tricia Stabler


Dr. Stabler joined our practice in July of 2012 and we are thrilled to have her as part of our GVAH family. Dr. Stabler has special interests in internal medicine and behavior. She lives in Laytonsville with her husband and 2 children. She grew up on a grain and beef cattle farm. On the farm, Dr. Stabler was always the one that raised the orphan calves or tried to sneak the farm kittens home with her. But it wasn’t until she went to school at Delaware Valley College that she realized she really wanted to become a veterinarian. While working as a technician at a clinic, she always enjoyed the problem solving that came along with medicine and loved watching surgeries. After graduating with a large animal science major, she attended veterinary school at Purdue University in Indiana. But, she always knew she would be back to Maryland. Now, many years later, she still love being a small animal Veterinarian and working at Green Valley Animal Hospital.

Dr. Lisa Zolkiewicz


Dr. Zolkiewicz started working at Green Valley Animal Hospital as a kennel assistant when she was 15 years old. She attended Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1984. After graduation she worked for several years in the area as an emergency veterinarian and in general practice. She returned to GVAH as a relief doctor and became a full-time part of our team in 2017.

Dr. Zolkiewicz has 3 children, twin daughters and a son. Her husband is also a veterinarian and practices in Rockville Maryland. She shares her home with 2 dogs, Ruby and Beamer and 2 cats, Pink and Eli. When not practicing medicine, Dr. Zolkiewicz’s interests include scrapbooking, watching her childrens’ sporting events and running.

Dr. Amy Zhang


Dr. Zhang grew up in Central MA, but now calls Clarksburg, MD home. She discovered her interest in veterinary medicine through research involving animal models of infectious disease and volunteering at local veterinary clinics throughout high school and college. She earned her bachelor’s degree in American Chemical Society-certified Chemistry from Tufts University and her doctor of veterinary medicine from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. During her training, Dr. Zhang developed special interests in preventative medicine, soft tissue surgery, dentistry, pain management, and preserving the human-animal bond. She is a Fear Free Certified Veterinary Professional trained in stress-free animal handling and is currently undergoing advanced training in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine through the Chi Institute to provide integrative treatment options to dogs and cats. Dr. Zhang is excited to be a part of the Green Valley Animal Hospital family! Outside of work, Dr. Zhang enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, hiking, puzzling, and playing board games.

Dr. Annelise Baker


Dr. Annelise Baker graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Previously, Annelise earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science as well as a Bachelor of Arts in German Language and Literature from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Her two cats, Gloria and Gumball, sparked her interest in unusual feline dermatology and nephrology cases. Pringle, her large breed dog, has taught her how to manage Canine Couch Potato Syndrome.
A native Marylander, Annelise is an active member of her church. In her spare time, she enjoys hikes with her husband, home DIY projects, learning foreign languages, and caring for 43 indoor houseplants.