Dr. Erno Hollo
Veterinarian / Medical Director
Dr. Erno Hollo graduated from the prestigious University of Veterinary Sciences in Budapest, Hungary in 1980. Established in 1787 it was the fifth veterinary school created worldwide. He moved to the United States in 1984 and began his association with the Basking Ridge Animal Hospital in 1990. His interests include all aspects of small animal medicine – internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, senior care, oncology, reproductive medicine, etc.. He resides with his wife and two children in Bernardsville, NJ. He is the proud owner of a Jack Russell Terrier, Rhodesian Ridgeback, and four cats. He also raises rare Hungarian Mangalitsa pigs, grass-fed lambs, and chickens on his small farm. His passion other than his family and profession is wine. He is part owner of a small winery in the Tokaj region in Hungary and is determined to bring the dry Furmint wine to world fame.He is also a history buff, enjoys traveling and restoring antiques.
During his tenure, Dr. Hollo provided mentorship and training for several young veterinarians who therefore became a great addition to the NJ veterinary community.
Dr. Melissa Rotella
Dr. Melissa Rotella earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from Rutgers University before completing her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University in 2006. Dr. Rotella then moved back to her home state of NJ and until recently was practicing small animal veterinary medicine in Middlesex County. She is excited to be a member of the excellent team at Basking Ridge Animal Hospital. She enjoys internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, dental procedures and preventative medicine. When not at work you can find Dr. Rotella enjoying quality time with her husband and two young daughters. This involves dance parties and princess dress-up. Not to be forgotten are her two furry children, a cat named Jack and a Golden Retriever named Gus.
Dr. Emily Denning
VeterinarianDr. Emily Denning was born and raised in New Jersey. She was an avid equestrian and surrounded by animals growing up, which fueled her drive to become a veterinarian. She received her bachelor of science degree from Penn State University and went on to receive her DVM from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, graduating with multiple awards. While earning her veterinary degree, she often volunteered with shelters in Phoenix, performing many surgeries to help reduce overpopulation. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine, wound management, and preventative care. Outside of work, Dr. Denning enjoys spending time with her fiance and their cat, Nelson. She is an avid spin class goer, tennis player, and eventually hopes to ride horses again.