In Sept 2019 Dominika was awarded a RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice; Foundations of Advanced Veterinary Practice, Equine Practice, Equine Gastrointestinal Disease &Intensive care, Equine General Medicine, Equine Neuromuscular, Behaviour & Special senses and Veterinary Dermatology- Equine.
Outside of work Dominika loves travelling and enjoys spending time with her pets – she owns a very energetic small Portuguese podengo, a Siamese cat and a Silesian mare.
Gemma is passionate about all aspects of caring for you and your horse with a particular interest in orthopaedics, pain management and poor performance issues.
She loves practice life and becoming part of your horses team and aims to find the very best treatment solutions tailored to individual circumstances.
BVMSci MRCVS fCMgr (ACMI)
A former RAF intelligence analyst, Jenny lives in Hampshire with her husband and three children and shares her life with Guinea Pigs, George the dog, Pepper Potts the cat and Fifi, a sassy Welsh Section D.
"I have always admired Riverside Vets and am delighted to now be part of the team!”
Charlotte also assists vets with diagnostic workups due to her experience with equines!
She has been horse riding since 6 years old and now competes in BSJA. Charlotte has BHS stage 1, 2 and 3 and a National Diploma in horsemanship.
Other hobbies include scuba diving and skiing.
Jess has been horse riding and involved in general horse care since 2001 and has her BHS level 1 horse management qualification.
Jess enjoys spending time with her dog, chickens and chinchillas.
Rachel Burgess BVMS Cert AVP (ESO) Cert AVP (ESST) MRCVS
In her spare time Rachel enjoys hiking, cycling and sailing, she will often be found out and about on the water on her weekends off.
I have always wanted to be an equine vet and decided to move to the UK after graduation, to gain experience in the country where horseracing originates. I competed in show jumping for over 14 years at national level, so have a very deep and familiar understanding about horse owner needs. To be fair the reason why I wanted to be a horse vet is to be able to fix my own horses!
After moving to the UK, I started to work at Pool House Equine Clinic as a stud vet assistant, gaining hands on experience in equine reproduction. After that season I moved to Newmarket and spent a year at Rossdales Equine Hospital. I was a diagnostic imaging intern, taking x-rays, bone cans, MRIs and CT scans from thousands of horses from all disciplines. When my internship ended, I had a bit of time off for travelling, then moved back to Hungary. Here I worked for one of the biggest private equine clinics of the country with special focus on equine dentistry.
As I missed the UK too much, I moved back in 2017 and started to work at Scott Dunn's Equine Clinic as a hospital-based clinician and ambulatory equine vet.
I love every aspect of equine general practice but have a special interest in dentistry, diagnostic imaging, internal medicine and orthopedics.
In my free time I love travelling, playing violin in pubs and dancing salsa or bachata.
I am very much looking forward to meeting all of our lovely clients and being of service with all of your equine enquiries.
She then moved in the veterinary industry focusing on pet nutrition, pharmaceuticals & Business support
Sam joined Riverside Vets in Jan 2021
Outside of work Sam has horses & Dachshunds