Copy of Our Team

Dr Wendy Chee

Unlike many, Dr Wendy Chee did not have a childhood dream to be a Veterinarian. The opening of different doors led her to pursue this profession and this is where she has remained.

Dr Wendy graduated from Western Australia in 2007 and has been practising in Singapore ever since. After continuing her education overseas, she has thoroughly enjoyed dealing with small mammals, especially focusing on rabbit and rodent medicine and surgery since 2011. Through her journey, Dr Wendy has met many like-minded vets and is inspired by the dedication of many small mammal specialists. Her other interests are dentistry, dermatology and ophthalmology.

Dr Wendy is also a dedicated mother of 3 daughters.  Her negligible free time is spent teaching at a local polytechnic, hounding her friends so they don't forget her and some ineffectual DIY home projects.  

Dr Christine Ng

Dr. Christine Ng obtained a Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois, USA in 2010. Prior to that, she had been working as a chemical engineer in the pharmaceutical industry. Dr. Christine started her veterinary career in Texas, USA and practiced at an accredited American animal hospital before returning to Singapore in 2012.

Dr. Christine enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but is most interested in dermatology, dentistry, preventative and small animal exotic medicine.

Dr. Christine is also a proud owner of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In her free time, Dr. Christine enjoys spending time with her family, travelling and attending continuing education.

Dr Bernice Cheng

 

Dr Bernice graduated from Murdoch University in Perth in 2008 and has practiced with other clinics prior to joining Vet Central. She is a strong advocate of preventative healthcare and believes it is the cornerstone of responsible pet ownership.

Her interests include internal medicine, complementary therapies and exotic pet medicine. She has a soft spot for Syrian hamsters and is currently pursuing a post graduate diploma in veterinary acupuncture with the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies.

Outside of work, Dr Bernice spends most of her time caring for her dogs and taking them on adventures to new places in Singapore. She is the proud owner of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a pint-sized Singapore Special. She also enjoys yoga, watercolour and immersing herself in a good book.

Dr Mikayla Liow

Dr Mikayla Liow graduated from Murdoch University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing as a veterinarian in Singapore ever since.

Inspired by her love for animals since young, the choice to become a veterinarian came naturally to Dr Mikayla. Now pursuing her dream career, she treasures each patient she sees and is grateful for the opportunity to aid them. During her practice, she has also found great interest in exotic pet medicine and surgery.

Rabbits hold a special place in Dr Mikayla’s heart, especially the 3 rabbits she adopted while living in Australia. She also cares for her 11-year-old Shetland sheepdog. During her spare time, she enjoys playing squash and spending time with her family and pets.

 

Dr Wendy Chee

Unlike many, Dr Wendy Chee did not have a childhood dream to be a Veterinarian. The opening of different doors led her to pursue this profession and this is where she has remained.

Dr Wendy graduated from Western Australia in 2007 and has been practising in Singapore ever since. After continuing her education overseas, she has thoroughly enjoyed dealing with small mammals, especially focusing on rabbit and rodent medicine and surgery since 2011. Through her journey, Dr Wendy has met many like-minded vets and is inspired by the dedication of many small mammal specialists. Her other interests are dentistry, dermatology and ophthalmology.

Dr Wendy is also a dedicated mother of 3 daughters.  Her negligible free time is spent teaching at a local polytechnic, hounding her friends so they don't forget her and some ineffectual DIY home projects.  

Dr Christine Ng

Dr. Christine Ng obtained a Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois, USA in 2010. Prior to that, she had been working as a chemical engineer in the pharmaceutical industry. Dr. Christine started her veterinary career in Texas, USA and practiced at an accredited American animal hospital before returning to Singapore in 2012.

Dr. Christine enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but is most interested in dermatology, dentistry, preventative and small animal exotic medicine.

Dr. Christine is also a proud owner of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In her free time, Dr. Christine enjoys spending time with her family, travelling and attending continuing education.

Dr Bernice Cheng

 

Dr Bernice graduated from Murdoch University in Perth in 2008 and has practiced with other clinics prior to joining Vet Central. She is a strong advocate of preventative healthcare and believes it is the cornerstone of responsible pet ownership.

Her interests include internal medicine, complementary therapies and exotic pet medicine. She has a soft spot for Syrian hamsters and is currently pursuing a post graduate diploma in veterinary acupuncture with the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies.

Outside of work, Dr Bernice spends most of her time caring for her dogs and taking them on adventures to new places in Singapore. She is the proud owner of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a pint-sized Singapore Special. She also enjoys yoga, watercolour and immersing herself in a good book.

Dr Mikayla Liow

Dr Mikayla Liow graduated from Murdoch University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing as a veterinarian in Singapore ever since.

Inspired by her love for animals since young, the choice to become a veterinarian came naturally to Dr Mikayla. Now pursuing her dream career, she treasures each patient she sees and is grateful for the opportunity to aid them. During her practice, she has also found great interest in exotic pet medicine and surgery.

Rabbits hold a special place in Dr Mikayla’s heart, especially the 3 rabbits she adopted while living in Australia. She also cares for her 11-year-old Shetland sheepdog. During her spare time, she enjoys playing squash and spending time with her family and pets.