Our Vets

Dr. Frederic Chua

BVSc (Melbourne) Hons,
MSc (Stirling), MRCVS,
Honorary Senior Fellow,
University of Melbourne
 

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Dr Frederic Chua’s approach to veterinary treatments reflect his firm belief that pets are an integral part of the family. He values engaging with family members on how pets behave or are treated at home when evaluating their illnesses. Having been a vet since 1987, he has accumulated a spectrum of vet related experiences in the military and government sectors, heading the Aquatic Animal Health Section of AVA, before becoming the Curator of Underwater World Singapore.As he was born into a family which bred pedigree dogs (and with cats in tow), clients will not only benefit from his wide knowledge in a variety of exotic pets, fish and marine mammals, but also from his first love of dogs. In his career, Fred has discovered 2 novel fish viruses, was awarded the prestigious Highland and Agricultural Society Silver medal from the UK and served as a member of the Expert Consultation Panel on Aquatic Health under the FAO.

Dr. Winnie Teo
BVSc (Queensland) Hons 

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Dr Winnie Teo has always enjoyed looking after animals, and had kept a menagerie of pets since childhood. After graduation from veterinary school, she has had the privilege of practicing both in Singapore and Australia. 
She has a special interest in ultrasound and has undergone further ultrasound training and certification in Australia and the USA and has been performing scans for more than 10 years.

She is ever grateful for her second family at Allpets and the precious patients she gets to know. She enjoys spending time with her family and her pets: an extremely  loud and bossy Norfolk terrier, a diabetic Poodle rescue, and a crew of cats- all with their own independent personalities.

Dr. Shamala Murali
 BSc, DVM (Murdoch) 

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Dr Shamala Murali graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Murdoch University, Perth. 

She enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine especially soft tissue surgery, diagnostic imaging and dentistry. 
She believes in preventative healthcare and is committed to provide the best for all her patients. 

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

Dr. Janine Khoo
      BVetMed, MRCVS (London)

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Dr. Janine Khoo graduated from the Royal Veterinary College (London). She is keen to develop her knowledge and skills in all aspects of companion animal general practice but has a special interest in internal medicine and anaesthesia. 

In her free time, she enjoys reading, trying different foods, and spending time with her family and friends. She also loves travelling and exploring new cities.

Dr. Felisa Saverias
BVSc, MRCVS (Liverpool)

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Dr Felisa Saverias joined us after she returned to Singapore from the UK. For over a decade, she lived and worked in the UK, and gained a wide breadth of experience in veterinary medicine.
A graduate of the University of Liverpool, she is comfortable with treating and caring for all creatures, whether furry or feathery, great or small.
In particular, she enjoys surgery and general medicine. 


On her days off, she cherishes her family time which includes her very special and shaggy Italian Spinone.

Dr. Geneviene Lim
BVSc (Massey)

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Dr. Geneviene Lim recently returned to Singapore after studying and working in New Zealand for almost a decade. She graduated from Massey University and started her career in a fast-paced companion animal general practice in Auckland. There, she developed an interest in soft tissue surgery and later on challenged herself to work at an after hours clinic for a year to gain more experience in emergency medicine and surgery.

 

She also has sound experience dealing with shelter animals, having being heavily involved in desexing campaigns and medical care for animal shelters in Auckland.

 

She believes in passing on her knowledge to animal owners and parents so that they can provide a better quality of life for their beloved companions.

 

Dr. Geneviene is also a fitness enthusiast, having completed two half-marathons in a span of three weeks. She also swims regularly and works out at the local gym and with family. When she is not healing animals, she enjoys a plethora of leisure activities including book hunting, cooking, baking and traveling.