Dr. Song V-lynn
Principal Veterinary Surgeon
Dr Song V-Lynn graduated from The University of Melbourne and worked in Melbourne for 4 years. During which, she became certified with The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. In 2008, she moved back to Singapore where she completed her Masters In Small Animal Medicine and Surgery with Murdoch University. Whilst working in private practice, V-Lynn has gained a special interest in Pocket Pets and reptilian medicine from her sister, I-Lynn. She is currently undergoing certification with the University of Pennsylvania (PennHIP), training to be a diagnostic ultrasonographer and completing a Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy.
V-Lynn currently shares her home with 4 monstrous cats she fostered from young at the clinic – Monster, Pumpkin, Munchkin and Valentine.
Dr. Song I-lynn
Senior Veterinary Surgeon
Dr song I-Lynn graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011 and has been practicing small animal medicine and surgery in Singapore every since. She developed a strong interest in exotic medicine during her internships in Cornell and South Africa, where she worked purely with pocket pets (rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters),reptiles and wildlife.
I-lynn practices various types of non-routine soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery. She is a member of AEMV (Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians) and also had hands-on training in basic reptile medicine, anaesthesia and surgery in University of Brno, Czech Republic in 2014. I-lynn is currently undergoing training to be a diagnostic ultrasonographer and Cambridge certified rodentologist.
Her furry family includes 2 dogs and 3 cats. During her spare time, I-lynn likes travelling with her husband, practicing yoga and working out with friends.
Gayathiri d/o Elampathri
Head Veterinary Nurse
Gaya is currently holding the appointment of Head Veterinary Nurse at Monster Pet Vet. Her passion for animals has paved the way for her to attain many animal related qualifications. Gaya graduated from Polytechnic West in Perth, Australia, with a Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing.
She also holds a Certificate 3 in Companion Animal Services from Swan Tafe, Australia, and is a Certified Myofunctional Therapist from National College of Traditional Medicine from Melbourne, Australia and a qualified Professional Pet Groomer.
Gaya believes in constantly upgrading herself. As such, she is currently pursuing her Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy from the College of Animal Physiotherapy, United Kingdom, and Diploma in Animal Homeopathy from St Francis College of Animal Homeopathy in Western Australia. She has a special interest in reptiles especially bearded dragons.
During her free time, she spends it with her family, with most of it on her 4 little furries.
Dorothy graduated Massey University (Palmerston North), New Zealand, with a science degree majoring in Zoology and Physiology. She also holds a Diploma in Veterinary Technology from Temasek Polytechnic. Working with animals is her passion and she has been striving towards that goal since she was a tender age of 10. Studying Physiology sparked her interest in pathophysiology and she plans to upgrade herself in this area in the future. She has a particular fondness for Schnauzers and having kept the breed before, she is all too familiar with their temperament and quirks. Her hobbies include DIY crafts, netball and weight training. She is currently taking her Veterinary Nursing IV certificate with an Australian institute.
Mark is a senior veterinary nurse at the clinic. He graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and holds a Diploma of Veterinary Bio-science. He has since attended HR courses for excellence in customer service. Since he was a child, Mark always had an interest in animals, especially in large breed dogs like Golden Retrievers. In his spare time, he enjoys exercising, reading and building LEGO models. He is currently enrolled in Specialist Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Practice to further advance his skills in the veterinary nursing field.
rosanna Richard Sam
Rosanna's love and passion for animals has stemmed from a childhood of growing up with animals, when her father would nurse a variety of exotics like lion cubs, hyena cubs, civet cats, raccoons, snakes, primates and more at home! This privilege has allowed Rose to assist feed and care for these wildlife until they were nursed back to health. Rose feels that her role as a veterinary nurse is not a job, but a lifelong dream that has been achieved.