Nauris Laizāns

Nauris is the founder of Equus Anima and he specialises in equine sports medicine, orthopaedics, orthopaedic surgery and pre-purchase examination. Nauris has undergone training in clinics in Finland, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland.
Since graduation Nauris has worked as a private practicing veterinarian and lecturer in the faculty of veterinary medicine of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies  as well as a surgeon in the university equine clinic.
Nauris used to be professional rider and competed in international level show jumping competitions. In 1999 he set Latvia's record in puissance competition with horse Diena, that was not beaten till 2010. Today he is back on horse and competing for his own pleasure on amateur level. Being with horse in show arena helps him to understand the essence of sports medicine. 
Nuris has accompanied latvian rider Kristaps Neretnieks
in Tokyo Olympic games and also  lithuanian, russian sportsmen in world championship finals and world equestrian games as treating veterinarian.
Besides horses and medicine, Nauris enjoys running, skiing, snowboarding, reading books and playing piano.

 Jānis Bušers

Jānis Bušers graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 and joined the team as a veterinary surgeon straight after graduation. His principal interests are orthopaedics, soft tissue surgery and pre-purchase examination. Janis has undergone training in Germany, Finland, Sweden and UK. 
Janis is training students during the mobile clinic  practice in the faculty of veterinary medicine of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies as well as he is working as a surgeon in the university equine clinic.
Janis used to be a show jumping rider, and from there came his interest in horse medicine.

In his free time Janis enjoys horse riding and motorbikes.


Dana Laizāne

Dana is interested in all areas of equine internal medicine, with particular emphasis on respiratory, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular diseases. She has done externships in Finland, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland.

Besides working as a veterinarian in Equus Anima, Dana is also the head of university equine clinic and lecturer in the faculty of veterinary medicine of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies 

Apart from work, Dana enjoys horse riding, running, skiing, snowboarding and reading books. 


Diana Dadzite

Diana  graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in 2022. She has been professional groom for several showjumping riders and travelled to international shows around the world. From there came her interest in equine manual therapy and rehabilitation. Diana is practising manual therapy and  working as a veterinarian in the university equine clinic.

Diana loves books, horse riding and bicycling.