Dr. Boon Chia Yun
BVetMed (London) MRCVS
Dr Boon graduated in 2001 from The Royal Veterinary College (RVC), London, UK, going straight to work thereafter for a small animal clinic in the UK. After which, Dr. Boon practiced with Mount Pleasant Animal Hospital here in Singapore.
With a passion to learn and looking to improve her abilities further,
Dr. Boon pursued a Small Animal Surgery Internship in the United States, accepting a position as an Accident and Emergency Clinician at NorthStar VETS, New Jersey, subsequently for 2 years, before returning to home to Singapore in 2009.
The provision of exceptional service and progressive medical care to her patients is the cornerstone of Dr. Boon’s clinical philosophy, coupled with nurturing the potential of the nursing team to the highest potential.
She holds a robust belief that open communication with clients provides for healthier medical understanding, thus empowering the client to make improved decisions on behalf of their pets. Dr. Boon continues to embrace Small Animal Medicine and Surgery and is certified (University of Sydney, 2015) in the provision of Ultrasonography.
When not working at Town Vets, Dr. Boon enjoys wakeboarding, cycling, rock climbing, as well as spending time with her husband and dog Sasha.
Dr. Wang Ping-Yin
BSc, MSc (Edinburgh), BVSc (Massey), GradCertVS (Murdoch)
Dr. Wang graduated from Massey University, New Zealand in 2009. Since 2010, she has been practicing small animal medicine including pocket pets and birds in Singapore.
She has completed a postgraduate certificate in veterinary studies in small animal medicine (focusing on dermatology and internal medicine) in 2014 with Murdoch University. She continues to expand her knowledge and skills in attending conferences, seminars and courses.
She has a keen interest in Dermatology and Internal Medicine and she loves cats. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, having a cup of good coffee or tea and watching crime documentaries/drama. Prior to completing her veterinary studies, she gained a bachelor degree in zoology at National Taiwan University and a master degree in applied animal behaviour and welfare at Edinburgh University.
Dr. Emily Soh
BVSc (Sydney) CVA (IVAS)
Dr Soh graduated from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2009. Since graduation, she has worked in a variety of small animal hospitals in Sydney and returned to Singapore in 2017.
She received her certification as a veterinary acupuncturist in 2012 and completed a course in trigger point therapy for dogs in 2014. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine (except emergencies) and continues to attend other courses and seminars to improve her skills and knowledge as a veterinarian.
Her special interests are in dog and cat dentistry, nutrition, and western and Chinese herbal medicine. She believes in approaching animals in a gentle manner, respecting their personal space to help them remain as calm and stress-free as possible.
In her free time, Dr Soh enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cuddling her cat and dogs, as well as rock climbing, yoga and watching a good sci-fi/horror movie.
Dr. Darlene Lauw
BSc(Hons)(S'pore), BVSc, BVMS (Murdoch), GPCert (SAM) (DL)
Dr Lauw graduated from Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia in 2004. Since graduation, she has worked in various small animal practices, in full-time positions as well as a locum. Prior to her veterinary degree, she attained an Honours degree in Biological Science (Zoology) from the National University of Singapore.
She has many interests in many areas, for as a general practitioner veterinarian, she believes that varied competence is important. Nonetheless, dermatology and internal medicine are disciplines that take up more of her attention, as they form a majority of caseloads.
She has attended various courses and seminars, the latest being a post-graduate advanced general practitioner certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 2022 from the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies, with Harper Adams University. She is looking forward to furthering her learning path to higher qualifications, so as to stay abreast of current and rapidly evolving tenets of veterinary medicine.
Her practice philosophy is that it takes teamwork to provide optimal veterinary care – that of the veterinarian and the nurses, and the family members of the pet. She is keenly aware of the joy, as well as the challenges, of pet ownership during different seasons of the pet’s life. As such, helping the family navigate these various periods with sound veterinary knowledge, clear communication and utmost compassion, is what she endeavors to do.
Outside of the clinic, she is kept busy taming her garden which is fast becoming a jungle with too many plant purchases, and trying to get her rescue cat out of said jungle. She also enjoys watching anime very much, with her kids and husband and her other cat, a grand old dame who rules the home.
Dr. Chan Li Jun
BVetMed (London) MRCVS
Dr Chan graduated in 2000 from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), UK. She worked in Essex and Oxfordshire as a Small Animal Veterinarian for 3 years before coming back to Singapore and working at the Namly Animal Clinic for a further 7 years.
She now manages the clinic alongside her Singapore Special. On her days off, Dr Chan is busy with family, skiing and pursuing new food jaunts to try out.