Dr. Katherine Sze
Within 2 years of graduation, Katherine became certified acupuncturist and has practised acupuncture since. Having seen what acupuncture can do for the animals, she hoped patients in her hands can benefit from combination of both Western and Chinese Medicine. So she was determined and became a certified Chinese herbalist couple of years later. Over the years, she had also further her studies in small animal internal medicine and nutrition. She is also dedicated to become certified animal physiotherapist in the near future. Katherine always bears this in her mind, 'treat any animal like your own pet', and she thinks this is what keeps her motivated throughout the years. At home, Katherine has a responsive cat called Yau Yau, and a friendly chinchilla named Chau Chau. She has recently adopted a hyperactive dog that needs extra attention, just like her twin boys. Katherine likes shopping, swimming and going out with her little boys in her spare time.
Dr. Joanna Lee
CertAVP, MRCVS, RCVS
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist
Members of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (surgery)
Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice
Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery
Dr Joanna has a strong interest in surgery, both soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. She attained the status of Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery and the Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice of Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, UK. She is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Surgery. She has practiced in HK, the Uk and the Australia. She worked in the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals , SPCA (HK) and East Island Animal Hospital in the position of head surgeon. She had spent 6 months, in various surgical externships, shadowing specialists from the UK, USA and Australia. In addition, she is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and has published an article on veterinary acupuncture in the Veterinary Times,UK. She had further her studies in dermatology and feline medicine.
Dr. Sarah Mo
After graduation, Sarah returned to Hong Kong to pursue her career as aveterinarian. She has been practicing in a small animal clinic in the New Territories previously and has recently joined Westland Animal Hospital. Sarah has multiple interests in the veterinary field including Small Animal Internal Medicine, Dentistry, Dermatology and Surgery. She has a strong interest in soft tissue surgery and would like to develop her skills in orthopedic surgery. Sarah believes that continue education is essential to provide a high standard of care to her patients. Sarah had further her studies in small animal internal medicine and dentistry. She will be continuing to advance her knowledge in the surgery discipline in the coming years. Sarah has a cat named Dexter who is very people orientated and enjoys spending time with his owners. Sarah also enjoys traveling and cooking in her spare time.
Dr. Wilson Wong
Dr. Wilson has interests in small animal medicine, surgery and diagnostic imaging, and would like to further his knowledge in related fields, hoping to provide excellent services with the best care to all clients and patients.
During his spare time, Dr. Wilson enjoys watching movies, cooking and participating in various sports, including badminton, table tennis and swimming. He also enjoys spending time with the lovely cat in the photo - Ying Ying.
Dr. Eva Yeung
Eva has special interests in neurology, internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. She has finished some post-graduated courses in the field of neurology and feline medicine. She was also certificated by Chi Institute as a small animal acupuncturist in 2016. Currently she is studying in veterinary herbal medicine and wish to provide more treatment options to old animals in Hong Kong. Outside of work, Eva enjoys playing with her dog, an old but the cutest pug - Fan Shu, watching movies, and travelling.
Dr. Pearl Wong
BSc, BVMS (Murdoch)
Bachelor of Science / Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Pearl is also passionate in wildlife medicine and conservation. In her spare time, she volunteers at a wildlife rescue hospital to learn more about local wildlife. She has 2 dogs Mocha and Dau Dau, and a rabbit called Nutty who she adopted during her time in Australia.
Dr. Ivan Lee
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, National Taiwan University
Dr. Ivan has 3 cats, BB, Lai Cha and coffee. They are very affectionate and like to be a couch potato at home.
During his spare time, he enjoys riding motorcycle as it gives him a sense of freedom. Another reason to be a biker is he believes: Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass: it's about learning how to ride in the rain.
(Practice Manager – Westland Animal Hospital)
Joyee has a strong interest and love for animals since she was a child. She has absorbed animal knowledge from different channels since she was a child, and even went to South Africa to participate in local volunteer activities.
In her spare time, Joyee is also a volleyball player. She loves sports and has a cheerful and talkative personality, which wins the joy of everyone.
(Practice Manager – Kowloon East Animal Hospital)
(Quality Improvement Coordinator – Clinic Division)
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