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, Tai Wai Exotic Hospital 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 RWAF (Rabbit Welfare Association& Fund) and also had hands-on training in basic reptile medicine, anaesthesia and surgery in University of Brno, Czech Republic in 2014.
Dr Ailin Tan
Dr Tan graduated from Murdoch University, Australia in 2015. She spent 1 and 1/2 years working in Perth before returning to Singapore in 2017.
During University, she travelled in and out of Australia for various clinical placements with exotics and wildlife. Ailin enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and has developed a special interest in small animal internal medicine. Since strating at Monster Pet Vet, she finds the challenges of pocket pet medicine highly rewarding. Ailin also strives to provide the best care to all her patients.
Outside of work, she enjoys the company of her rescue cat "Bailey".
Kumanan Soosay (aka. Kumz)
Senior veterinary nurse
Kumz developed a passion for working with animals since a young age and went on to complete a diploma in Biomedical Science while interning at a vet clinic. He also started working at Monster Pet Vet Clinic as a veterinary nurse prior to serving National Service.
He plays a huge role and acts like the clinic's "papa bear", ensuring clinic operations are up and running, working out the team's work rosters, planning clinic events, as well as daily nursing duties.
During his free time, he loves cooking and watching musicals and spending time with his rescued ginger cat.
Senior veterinary Nurse
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.
Wong yueat tin
Yueat Tin enjoys nature and working with animals and has previously volunteered with ACRES, the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari. She also has a short working stint at the Jurong BirdPark and she looks forward to one day work in the field of wildlife conservation. She is glad to be part of the Monster Pet Vet team which takes good care of all creatures great and small!
Jiahui graduated from Republic Polytechnic (diploma in Biotechnology) and is undergoing Specialist Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Practice at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Her passion in animals stemmed from her experience in rearing her two dogs - 5 years old Shiba Inu and 8 years old Jack Russell. Jiahui also has experience at a pet boarding facility where she was in charge of ensuring the animals are well taken care of while their pawrents are away.
Sara is a passionate future vet student at Murdoch University and will be begin her degree in Animal Science in 2019. Having completed her Diploma in Psychology Studies in 2016, she developed a strong inclination with helping others - particularly animals thus deciding to diverge into the veterinary field. Sara's favourite past-times range from snuggling up with her lovable cat and dog to getting up and going with almost any form of fitness activities.