Dr. Kelli Gilson, Veterinarian

Dr. Gilson has been working as a full-time equine veterinarian in the Millbrook area since 2000. She began at the Millbrook Equine Clinic and subsequently opened her own practice, GEVS, in 2007. Over the years her interests have evolved, and she now focuses strongly on reproduction, dentistry and geriatric medicine. She also runs the foaling and breeding facility at the clinic’s current location. Dr. Gilson also works regularly with donkeys, mules and miniature horses.


Dr. Kyle Goldie, Veterinarian

Dr. Goldie joined GEVS in 2011 after graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College. He has established a loyal client base and his clients appreciate his sincere dedication to the well-being of their horses. Dr. Goldie works in all areas of equine practice, including reproduction and dentistry, but has a keen interest in lameness diagnosis and treatment. He works on performance horses of many disciplines, from quarter horse racing to western pleasure to show jumpers.

In his spare time, Dr. Goldie is an avid beekeeper and he has excellent honey!


 Dr. Leah Knox, Veterinarian

Dr. Leah Knox grew up in Eastern Ontario and spent much of her childhood riding horses and competing in the hunter/ jumper ring and eventing. She continued riding and competing throughout university and was a member of the University of Guelph equestrian team. Dr. Leah Knox completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Guelph with a major in animal biology.  She then went on to earn her DVM degree (equine track) at the Ontario Veterinary College in 2012. Between her undergraduate degree and vet school, Leah spent a year travelling the world, volunteering at different animal and veterinary charities.  After vet school graduation, Leah completed a one year internship at Pacific Crest Equine, a large equine referral practice in central California. In August of 2013, she moved back to Ontario to join the team at Gilson Equine.    Dr. Leah enjoys all aspects of equine medicine but has a special interest in emergency, critical care, and lameness.