Meet The Team


Dr Joyce Lim

(Massey University)

Dr Joyce Lim graduated from Massey University in New Zealand and practised in a small animal clinic in New Zealand before returning to Singapore. She has interests in Soft Tissue Surgery and Medicine. She seeks to continue learning in order to better care for the patients as well as provide the best advice to clients. Outside work, she enjoys exploring new places and running. 
Animals she sees include dog, cat

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Dr Adabel Lo
BSc (Biochem), DVM (Melbourne), CVA (Chi Institute)

Dr Adabel Lo graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2014 and has been working in the small animal practices in Singapore since then.
She is interested in small animal surgery and traditional Chinese medicine. She has completed the Certified Veterinary Acupuncture program (CVA) from the Chi Institute. She believes that with the combination of western and chinese medicine, animals are able to receive optimal treatments and hence have better qualities of life.

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Dr Joel Francis Garcia

(Murdoch University, Australia)

Dr Joel Francis Garcia graduated from Murdoch University. Born and raised in The Philippines, he moved to Singapore for work due to its diverse culture and work experiences. He is passionate about Small Animal Surgery, Internal and Alternative Medicine. He hopes to further his knowledge in these fields in order to provide a more complete treatment for every patient that he sees. Dr Garcia advocates for responsible pet ownership and has always been fascinated by the human-animal bond. In his personal time, Dr Garcia enjoys outdoor activities such as wakeboarding. He also enjoys good music with family and friends.

Animals he sees include dog, cat


Dr Rachel Tong

(Murdoch University, Australia)

Dr Rachel Tong has been practising in Singapore after graduating from Murdoch University, Perth. With great interest in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Dr Tong believes in integrating Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine with Western Medicine to provide a more complete approach to the treatment plan for pets. She is also an advocate for preventive care as she strongly believes in the saying “Prevention is better than cure”. Her personal life is mostly spent with her family of furkids which consists of 4 dogs and 2 guinea pigs.
Animals she sees include dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, chinchilla, hamster, terrapin, tortoise, turtle, some exotic species


Dr Brenda Poh

BVSc (Hons)
(University of Melbourne)

Dr. Brenda Poh graduated from the University of Melbourne.  Over the years of working, she has gained experience in treating a variety of small animals which include rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and hamsters. Having worked at a busy emergency clinic, she has also gained invaluable experience and knowledge in emergency medicine.

Her special interests lie in ultrasonography and ophthalmology of which she has attended workshops and courses on. She enjoys seeing these cases and strives to keep improving her expertise in these areas. In 2019, she completed a year long course in small animal acupuncture with the Chi Institute and looks forward to using her skills to improve the quality of life of her furry patients. 


Dr Sheryl Ng
(University of Sydney)

Dr Sheryl Ng graduated from the University of Sydney and has since been practising as a small animal vet in Singapore.  She enjoys seeing all species of pets including exotics and pocket pets.  Dr. Ng has interests in Soft Tissue Surgery, Holistic Medicine and Ophthalmology, and hopes to strengthen her knowledge in these areas so as to provide her patients with the best care possible.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her dogs, cafe-hopping and painting.  
Animals she sees include dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, chinchilla, hamster, terrapin