Dr Brian Loon

Principal Veterinary Surgeon
BSc. BVMS (Hons) (Murdoch), Cert Vet Acupuncture (IVAS)

Dr Brian Loon graduated from Murdoch University, Western Australia, in 2007 and has since been practising as a small animal veterinarian in Singapore. Dr Loon's areas of special interest include diagnostic ultrasonography, endoscopy, minimally invasive (key-hole) surgery (laparoscopy) and dentistry, and he has obtained further training internationally in these fields:

  • Diagnostic ultrasonography: Various courses from professors from the USA and Germany. Experience since 2009.
  • Endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery/laparoscopy: Multiple courses conducted by Colorado State University professors. Experience since 2014.
  • Acupuncture: Certificate in Veterinary Acupuncture with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) after undergoing a year-long intensive training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) and Acupuncture. Experience since 2014.
  • Dentistry: Courses in periodontology, pocket pet dentistry and dental radiology from Australian and American specialist dentists; Advanced dentistry: course in endodontics (root canal therapy) by Accesia Academy in Sweden, and course in orthodontics and prosthodontics by the European School of Advanced Veterinary Studies (ESAVS). Experience in general dentistry since 2008, and in advanced dentistry since 2018.
  • PennHIP: Certified and registered member of PennHIP, which is an internationally known modality for diagnosing hip dysplasia in cats and dogs. Experience since 2013.

In addition to receiving training, Dr Loon also enjoys conducting training for veterinarians regionally, including being a practical instructor for endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery courses conducted by Colorado State University professors, lead anaesthetist for ‘Lap Spay for a Cause’ workshops in Bali, and course lecturer for veterinary anaesthesia and ultrasonography workshops in Philippines. Dr Loon was also an adjunct lecturer in Temasek Polytechnic for the Specialist Diploma in Veterinary Wellness Care in the areas of Complementary Medicine and Veterinary Acupuncture.

Dr Loon strongly believes in providing animals and pet parents with access to the best possible and up-to-date veterinary care. He also places great emphasis on client education as he believes that by understanding their pets better, pet owners can enhance the bond with their furry companions, regularly giving talks to pet parents about healthcare for their furkids.

His love for animals started with his local mixed breed dog when he was young. He is now accompanied by Hayden, a loveable and energetic Miniature Schnauzer.

Dr Anna Wang

Veterinary Surgeon
BVMS (Hons), BVM BVS (Nottingham) MRCVS

Dr Anna Wang graduated from the University of Nottingham, UK. Anna strives to ensure that all animals under her care are treated with respect and kindness. Having had two ferrets and a Yorkie named Harry in the UK, Dr Anna understands the joys and stresses of having pets so she is empathetic with owners and their concerns.

Dr Anna is keen to keep updated in all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery to enable her to give the best possible care to her patients. She has special interests in dentistry and palliative care. She relaxes by doing yoga, playing games and cooking.

Dr Anna is very excited to meet you and your pets!

Dr Sharon Choy

Veterinary Surgeon
BSc BVMS (Murdoch)

Dr Choy is a dedicated veterinarian who graduated from Murdoch University in 2007.

She has a special interest in pocket pets, micro-surgery, and advanced veterinary imaging.

Recognising the unique bond that people have with their pets, she actively seeks to play a helpful role in the support of pet guardianship, assisting to promote a long and healthy life for their pets.

Dr. Choy grew up with rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens, fostering her love of animals from young.

Beyond the clinic, she devotes her time to local and overseas charities.

Currently caring for a rescue cat named Ashley, Dr. Choy invites pet owners to embark on a journey with her—a journey where expertise, compassion, and a shared love for animals unite for the well-being and longevity of your cherished companions.

Dr Elise Robertson

Feline Specialist and Endoscopist

BS BVetMed MANZCVSc(Feline)
DipABVP(Feline) FHEA FRSB FRCVS

ABVS® Recognised Board Certified Diplomate Feline Practice

Elise graduated, with honours, from Colorado State University (1998) and The Royal Veterinary College, U of London (2003). She operates a peripatetic endoscopy & endosurgery referral service (canine & feline) for first opinion and referral practices in SE England. She also operates quarterly referral clinics in the Middle East and SE Asia including United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. She regularly lectures and provides practical endoscopy courses on both national and international platforms including UK, USA, Sweden, Finland, Germany, UAE, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia.

Elise has received her formal post-graduate training in medical endoscopy, interventional endoscopy and ‘key hole’ surgery from well-known human paediatric & neonatology endoscopy hospitals as well as veterinary academic institutions based in the UK (Royal Free NHS Hampstead, London), France, Germany, Italy (Bambino Gesu Children’s Hospital & European Endoscopy Training Centre, Rome), United States and Thailand (Siriraj Piyamaharajkarun Children’s Hospital, Bangkok).

Elise currently divides her time between clinical work, teaching/lecturing and publishing within the subjects of feline medicine, endoscopy & endosurgery. She lectures for ISFM/University of Sydney Distance Education Course in Feline Medicine, co-lecturer (CE Endoscopy & Endosurgery courses) at Translational Medicine Institute at Colorado State University, and visiting Professor at Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Veterinary Science, in Bangkok. She has a particular passion for delivering practical feline medicine and endoscopy/endosurgery education, for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, on a global scale. She’s a recipient of the 2017 BSAVA Frank Beatty Travel Scholarship, 2018 BSAVA PetSavers Award for her meritorious contributions as a veterinary surgeon in small animal veterinary practice and awarded Fellow Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for her contributions to the advancement of veterinary endoscopy education.

Due to international work commitments, Dr Robertson has limited schedule availability. Please contact us for an appointment or any enquiries.

Gabriel Wong

Practice and Operations Manager
Gabriel was previously working in the financial sector, with experience in people and business management. He has always had an instinctive love for animals and people alike, and is privileged to be able to contribute his experience to improve the health and well-being of companion animals. Gabriel's family currently includes "Ally Jane", a Border Collie.