Originator and founder of the Saskavet Clinic.

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Life Sciences and the Faculty of Medical Biotechnology at the University of Wrocław.
In 2019, after passing the state exam in Puławy, she completed 3-year specialization studies in Dog and Cat Diseases, obtaining the title of a specialist doctor in this field. Currently, she is undergoing three-year specialization studies, thanks to which she will receive the title of Specialist in Veterinary Surgery at the University of Life Sciences in Wrocław. At the same time, she is taking ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies) specialization courses in soft tissue surgery and dermatology.
From early childhood, she was fascinated by the world of animals and the secrets she could explore while growing up in a house surrounded by forests and animals.
She gained experience in the work of a veterinarian during her studies by completing numerous clinical internships in the country and abroad, e.g. at the University of Zurich (Switzerland) – a small animal clinic in London (UK), as well as in Gdańsk, Wrocław and Warsaw.
She regularly participates in conferences, congresses, workshops and training in various fields of veterinary medicine.
Her greatest passions are soft tissue surgery and veterinary dermatology. In her free time, she chooses active recreation, e.g. dives and bike rides. She loves mountains and travels and fills her free evenings with non-fiction literature or communing with art.
Painting is her escape from everyday life, and the effects can be admired on the Clinic’s walls where her paintings are displayed.

Dr Hanna Domańska

Executive of the Saskavet Clinic

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, which she completed with distinctions.

Her main areas of interest are anaesthesiology, pain management of veterinary patients and intensive care.

In our Clinic, she conducts anaesthesia and analgesia consultations, and takes care of your pets’ safe sleep and pain relief in the perioperative period. She monitors patients during and after the procedure so that narcosis and recovery runs appropriately.

Member of AVA (The Association Of Veterinary Anaestetists). She regularly supplement her knowledge by participating in numerous specialist training, as well as congresses and conferences.

She developed her skills in the field of veterinary anesthesiology under the supervision of the world famous anesthesiologist – Peter Kronen by taking part in the 3rd-degree course of the VASTA (Veterinär Anästhesie Schule für TechnikerInnen und ArzthelferInnen), which she completed in 2024, thus obtaining the title of VAT.

In her spare time, she enjoys walks and mountain trekking, and devours literature in the style of magical realism.

Dr Zofia Wiśnios

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
She gained professional experience during numerous internships, working with non-domesticated animals and in a veterinary diagnostics laboratory. She took her first steps as a doctor in the 24-hour Clinic, thanks to which emergency medicine is no stranger to her.
She constantly improves her qualifications by participating in numerous training and conferences.
She started specialization courses conducted by ESAVS in veterinary cardiology, which is particularly interesting to her. In her daily work, she focuses primarily on diagnostics, finding the cause of the disease and the comfort of the animal in the office.
Privately, she is a guardian of two beautiful cats. In her free time, she chooses active rest, climbing and travelling.

dr Juliusz Lipiński

Specialist in the field of veterinary surgery with over 20 years of
experience. Involved mostly in orthopedics, traumatology and
neurosurgery. For years, he has been constantly expanding and making
use of his knowledge using modern methods of regenerative medicine –
PRP, IRAP – in pain therapy. He was the first in Poland to perform cruciate ligament reconstruction using the TTA2 method.

Privately,passionate about winter activities, as well as travel and climbing.

Dr Cecylia Majak
specialist in veterinary radiology

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. 
In 2022, she obtained the title of specialist in veterinary radiology after 3-years of specialization studies at the University of Life Sciences in Lublin.

From the beginning of her work, she has been participating in courses and conferences in the field of diagnostic imaging. She performs ultrasound examinations of, among others, the abdomen, lungs, thyroid gland and neck structures, as well as gynecological and pregnancy ultrasound examinations, and X-rays. She also consults patients with chronic digestive tract diseases. Although diagnostic imaging and gastroenterology occupy most of her work, she also directs her interests towards reproduction of dogs and cats, and infectious diseases of small animals.

In her free time, she chooses active recreation with her husband and little daughter.

Dr Wojciech Kowalczyk

He graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Life Sciences in Lublin. Specialist in the field of veterinary surgery with many years of experience including, among others, endoscopic diagnostics – gastroscopy, rhinoscopy, bronchoscopy, colonoscopy, laryngoscopy, cytoscopy and otoscopy.

Author of scientific articles and organizer of small animal gastroscopy and rhinoscopy veterinary training.

Privately, the guardian of three cats – Tunia, Momo and Taiga – and a water sports – windsurfing and kitesurfing – enthusiast.

Dr Aleksandra Wójcik

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, which she graduated in 2008, and since then, she has been continuously involved in clinical work.
She is particularly interested in cardiology, anaesthesiology and radiology. She also worked as a translator of professional veterinary literature.
Since 2012, she has been consulting cardiological patients in outpatient clinics in and around Warsaw. She performs echocardiography, ECG and Doppler blood pressure measurement. In 2020, she completed postgraduate specialization studies in “Diseases of dogs and cats”. She is a member of the European Society of Veterinary Cardiologists (ESVC).

Dr Urszula Grzesiuk

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.

She gained experience working with rodents, rabbits and exotic mammals as early as her second year of studies. She regularly supplement her practical and theoretical knowledge with the latest reports by participating in conferences, training, courses and workshops in the field of internal medicine, surgery, oncology and dentistry of small mammals. Her main area of interest is rabbit and rodent dentistry, which she studied for several years under the supervision of the most famous polish specialist in this field – dr Jakub Kliszcz.

For several years, she has been running a website for animal carers, which is a proven source of knowledge about the health, diet, and conditions of keeping of small domestic mammals – www.gryzinfo.com.

Privately, she is the caretaker of small home zoo, the composition of which is constantly changing. Currently it consists of the female dog Erica, Kluska the rabbit, three mice and two aquariums witch freshwater fish.

Maria Adamiak

She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.

Her career path in veterinary medicine began with a job in a 24-hour clinic in Warsaw, where she dealt mostly with emergency patients. Her main areas of interest include respiratory diseases and cardiology. In our Clinic, she takes care of internal patients.

She expands her knowledge with great commitment by participating in theoretical and practical training – in Poland and abroad. The ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies) Cardiology Course is her newest obective.

In her free time, she loves walking in the woods and binge watching „Friends”. Privately, she is a caretaker of a golden retriever – Mafia and Bodzia, a tortoiseshell female cat.

veterinary technician Luiza Serwin

She graduated from the Veterinary Technical Secondary School in Bydgoszcz. She gained professional experience working in veterinary clinics and pet shops in various parts of the country.
Her work has always been associated with animals. As a teenager, she single-handedly raised a 2-day-old bitch, Toga! From that moment on, responsibility for life and health became her iron characteristic.
She completed a grooming course and fulfilled her passion in our Clinic by shearing dogs and cats.
She is an indispensable part of the clinic team, manages the technical facilities and the animal hospital and is an invaluable support for doctors during their work.
Privately, she takes care of 2 dogs: a bull terrier – Dziunia and Kimi, a Chinese crested dog. She jokingly says that she has 34 kg of dogs so as not to reveal their number. Fortunately, in taking care of the herd, she has the support of her husband, Remek and two young men, Gabriel and Nataniel, who are learning from her how to care for animals with love.

veterinary technician Patrycja Krystjanik

She graduated from the Academy of Health Study Course, where in 2012, she obtained the title of veterinary technician.
In our Clinic, she not only takes care of the technical facilities but also acts as the Saskavet Manager.

She is irreplaceable in negotiations with contractors and deals with the organization of the Clinic’s work. Patrycja runs our social media, where substantive support is provided to her by veterinarians.
She gained professional experience in one of the largest clinics in Poland, where she improved her skills and knowledge.
She is the guide of the almost 2-year-old sheepdog Songo, with whom they train obedience, i.e. sports obedience. But that’s not all, because dog fitness is also no stranger to them. They love spending time together during multi-kilometre trips through the corners of Warsaw and its suburban areas.
In the evenings, she most willingly listens to podcasts, watches detective movies and series, and broadens her knowledge in internet marketing.

Justyna Skórska

An educator by education, a long-time barista and HR specialist by profession, eventually, she found her “place on earth” in veterinary industry.

As animals have always been present in her life, she decided that this career path would be the closest to her heart, and that work would not only work be, but also her passion.

She has been developing dynamically in the field for years.

In 2017, she graduated from the Small Animal Physiotherapy Course at the Warsaw Animal Physiotherapy Department. She completed professional internship in a rehabilitation clinic, Animal Active, in Warsaw. She studied to become a fitness instructor for dogs under the supervision of Paula Gumińska and participated in the seminar of functional neurorehabilitation with prof. Angela Martins. She gained experience working in one of the Warsaw clinics.

Privately, she is a guardian of two mongrel dogs – Dudi and Agatka, and two rats – Bubuś and Bunia.

veterinary technician Alicja Rajdaszka

She graduated from the Veterinary Technical Secondary School in Warsaw, where she also completed a Veterinary Laboratory Technician Course.

She has been surrounded by animals from an early age. Currently, she is studying Zootechnics at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, where she is expanding her knowledge in the field of animal breeding and husbandry.

In her free time, she chooses reading biographies and active recreation. Privately, she is an owner of a feline named Phoebe.