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Corrective Care

Internal Medicine

The exercise of evidence-based and problem-oriented approaches are essential in veterinary practices. When performed by our committed veterinary team, clinical diagnosis can often be made faster and appropriate treatment can be initiated as soon as possible.

In-house Laboratory Services

Laboratory tests provide veterinarian with important information required to assess your pet’s health and to diagnosis(diagnose the) illness. A sophisticated practice should offer comprehensive in-house laboratory services that allow veterinarian to provide results in minutes to a variety of tests including Complete Blood Count (CBC), Biochemistry Profiles, Serology Test, Peripheral Blood Film Examination, Cytology, Urinalysis, Faecal Examination, Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (PCR).

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic imaging is not only about pregnancy diagnosis, but also imaging of the skeletal bones and joints, internal organs, heart, tumour metastasis screening, etc.
Advanced diagnostic equipment enables veterinarian to identify anatomical problem, hence accurate diagnosis can be established.

Soft Tissue and Orthopaedic Surgery

There are many reasons for which your pet may need surgery. A good example is neutering, also known as ‘the kindness cut’. It is beneficial in many ways including controlling stray population, preventing and reducing the risks of reproductive related diseases like testicular cancer, ovarian cancer and pyometra. Neutering also reduces unwanted behavioural problems like urine marking, roaming and aggression. 
Risks of surgery such as anaesthetics risk and surgical complication can be reduced by performing pre-surgery examination, pre-anaesthetic blood workup, and full compliance to post surgery instruction.


Watching your pet scratching intensely is torturing.
A proper skin diagnosis and treatment should be done to ease their suffering and prevent relapse of the same condition.
Skin diseases remain the highest case load in most veterinary practice.  Therefore, a variety of skin examination tools are available, such as full dermatological examination, allergy screening test, allergy panel test and endocrine related disease screening, to help veterinarians achieve the above objectives.


Cancer can be defined as a class of disease characterized by abnormal cells that grow and invade healthy cells in the body. Knowing your pet is suffering from this disease is greatly saddening, and taking care of it requires huge commitment and responsibility.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in geriatric animals.  If the disease is detected earlier and proper treatment is administered, it may be curable.

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) Consultation and Practice, Acupuncture Treatment

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), although relatively new to the Western world, is a medical system that has been used in China to treat animals for thousands of years. Speaking broadly, Chinese Medicine is a complete body of thought and practice grounded in Chinese Daoist philosophy. Though it can be traced back over two millennia in recorded history, it, like any medical system, continues to evolve today, and current research on acupuncture and herbal medicine is beginning to shed light on its mechanism of action.
Acupuncture may be defined as the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to produce a healing response. Each acupuncture point has specific actions when stimulated. Clinical research has been conducted showing positive results in the treatment of both animals and humans, and the use of acupuncture is increasing. Acupuncture will not cure every condition, but it can work very well when it is indicated.
Acupuncture is indicated for functional problems such as those that involve paralysis, non-infectious inflammation (such as allergies), and pain. For small animals, the following are some of the general conditions which may be treated with acupuncture:
  • Musculoskeletal problems, such as arthritis, intervertebral disk disease, or traumatic nerve injury
  • Respiratory problems, such as feline asthma
  • Skin problems such as lick granulomas and allergic dermatitis
  • Gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea
  • Selected reproductive problems