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Our Veterinarians


Dr Summer Fu Ka Yin

Dr Summer graduated from Murdoch University in Australia, with a Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Biology), a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 2007. She started practicing in Australia for one year and half before relocating back to Hong Kong.

Surgery is Dr Summer’s expertise, while veterinary acupuncture is a field she is also interested in and is currently studying for. She believes that a veterinarian must love animals to do his or her job well, with the ability to separate emotions (heart) from logics (mind). Caring for the needs of sick animals and those of the owners are equally important. In her opinions, western medicine focuses on identifying and treating medical conditions while Chinese medicine stresses on healing to achieve the overall body balance.








Dr Betty

I graduated from university of Queensland, Australia in 2006. Since then, I have been working with small animals and exotics (rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, turtles, tortoises etc..) at different clinics. Then I started learning Chinese medicine and acupuncture/food therapy because I see some cases where western medicine has limitations, so I want to try other modalities to help those animals.






Dr. Barry Yeung moved to New Zealand from a young age and graduated from Massey University's School of veterinary Science. After graduating in 2009, he worked at the 24-hour Emergency Animal Hospital in Singapore for 4 years. Around 2013, he returned to work in Hong Kong. Dr. Barry is interested in internal medicine, surgery and dermatology, but his greatest interest is raising public awareness through client education. Dr Barry also attends ultrasound courses and different educational seminars in his spare time. He hopes that through continuous education he can provide more advanced diagnostics and treatments.

Dr. Barry enjoys sunshine and different sports. He loves to play football and enjoys body building. He studies fitness and diet.