Anna Varadi, DVM


Anna is a 2013 graduate of the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. She is an avid traveler and has been a “horse nut” all her life. When she lived in Texas with her family for a year at the age of 7, she solidified both of these loves and she’s never looked back.

Since 2014, she has run her own equine general ambulatory practice. She also worked with the Hungarian Government in the Animal Welfare and Epidemiology Department to explore other aspects of the veterinary profession and develop her skills.

She completed her Animal Chiropractic degree at Backbone Academy and in 2019 completed her Certificate of Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner at the University of Tennessee combining that trip with a 3-month trip around the USA to visit equine clinics and paraprofessionals. After arriving back in Europe, she also pursued Locum work on the Isle of Man.

Anna loves meeting people, learning new things, and traveling around with her faithful pup Manka (who loves to travel in the lap of a vet student who accompanies Anna on work projects). She also loves teaching children all about horses and training her own gelding Lego whom she hopes to prepare for Working Equuitation in the future.