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    Meet The Team

    Dr Sheryl Ng
    BSc (NUS), BVSc
    (University of Sydney)

    Dr. Sheryl Ng graduated from the University of Sydney and has since been practicing as a small animal vet in Singapore.  She enjoys seeing all species of pets including exotics and birds.  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 three dogs, cafe-hopping and painting.  

    Dr Jeremy Kan

    (University of Sydney)

    Dr Jeremy Kan graduated from the University of Sydney. He has keen interests in diagnostic imaging and small animal surgery and strives to continually improve his skills. He believes in the importance of continuous education and partnering with pet owners to provide optimal care for their pets. He enjoys cooking, doing crafts and hanging out with his shih tzu during his free time.

    Dr Rachel Tong

    B. Sc. BVMS
    (Murdoch University, Australia)

    After graduating from Murdoch University, Dr Rachel Tong has since been practising in Singapore. Besides dogs and cats, she also treats pocket pets such as rabbit, guinea pig, chinchilla, hamster and terrapin. She has since developed a special fondness for pocket pets after seeing them on a regular basis. With great interest in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Dr Tong believes in integrating Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine with Western Medical Science 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 2 poodles, 2 shih tzu, 1 siberian husky and 2 guinea pigs. 

    Dr Sara Bay BVSc
    (University of Melbourne)

    Dr Sara Bay graduated from the University of Melbourne and has since been working in Singapore. She has a special interest in small animal medicine and enjoys caring for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and hamsters. She strives to strengthen her knowledge in soft tissue surgery and internal medicine in order to provide the best care for your pets. Dr Bay believes that good medical management should be accompanied by effective client communication which would help owners understand the rationale behind each treatment, thus enhancing the care for their pets. In her personal time, she enjoys traveling and outdoor activities such as diving. She also enjoys spending time with her family, 2 cats, 2 guinea pigs and a hamster.

    Dr Adabel Lo

    BSc (Biochem),
    DVM (Melbourne), CVA (Chi Institute) 
    (University of Melbourne)

    Dr Adabel Lo graduated from The University of Melbourne. She has been working in small animal practices in Singapore since. She is interested in traditional Chinese medicine and 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 treatment and hence have better quality of life. 
    She also has special interest in small animal surgeries. In her personal time, she enjoys horse riding and swimming.