tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)TOA PAYOH VETS
toapayohvets.com   Blk 1002, Toa Payoh Lor 8, 01-1477, Singapore 319074   Tel: 6254-3326, 9668-6469, 9668-6468.  judy@toapayohvets.com  
23 March, 2015
  Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles & rabbits
 
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Toa Payoh Vets in 2004. Before renovation. Singapore
Toa Payoh Vets is a private small-animal practice in  Singapore. It was started in 1982 by Dr Sing Kong Yuen to provide a more personalised boutique service to Singapore pet owners who wish to see the same vet for their pet care.

C
linical research and education of Singapore pet owners are performed and sharing of knowledge is published at Be Kind To Pets.

The main focus is dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits and terrapins. The clientele is mainly Singaporeans. Around 90% of the dogs treated are small breeds.
 
 
VETERINARY STAFF
Tick fever. Great Dane 48 hours after treatment. Toa Payoh Vets
Dr Sing Kong Yuen, BVMS (Glasgow), MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon
Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS)
Member of the Singapore Veterinary Association
Eyes are the windows to the soul - toapayohvets
Dr Daniel Sing ZongZheng, BSc, BVMS (Murdoch)
Veterinary Surgeon
Member of the Singapore Veterinary Association
 
Veterinary Assistant & Technician: 
Mr Naing - Graduated as a veterinarian from a Myanmar Veterinary University, Yesin and is licensed to practise as a vet in Myanmar.

Office Manager:

Ms Judy Quek

Executive/Administrative Officers
Ms Thin Thin Soe
Mr Tun Thein Aung
Mr Jason Sing

Toa Payoh Vets in Feb 11 2005, 3rd day Chinese New Year. Alaskan MalamuteOTHER SERVICES
Groomer, Pet Transport, Cremation, De-ticking:
Contractors provide the following: Grooming, de-ticking and transport services, taxidermist and pet cremation services. We can make arrangements for you saving you time.
SURGERY HOURS 
Refer to www.toapayohvets.com for latest updates
 
ABOUT DR SING KONG YUEN
Dr Sing Kong Yuen, Veterinary Surgeon, SingaporeDr  Sing  Kong  Yuen,  BVMS, (Glasgow), MRCVS. Founder of Toa Payoh Vets

1957 - 62 Bukit Merah Primary School, Singapore.  
1962 - 68 Raffles Institution, Singapore. 

1969 - 74 Glasgow University, Scotland, UK.  Awarded a British Colombo Plan scholarship for veterinary studies at Glasgow University.  
1974 - 77 Singapore Armed Forces Infantry Officer, Provost Guard Dog Unit platoon commander & veterinary officer of guard & tracker dogs (National Service full time). 

Poultry & pig vet
:
1977 - 82. Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (previously known as Primary Production Department). A pig and chicken veterinarian in the Primary Production Department's veterinary extension, research & veterinary laboratory service to pig and poultry farmers.    

Horse vet: 1982 - 90. Singapore Turf Club thoroughbred racehorse veterinary surgeon with the perquisite of private practice at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club & Singapore Polo Club. From 2001 - 2004.  Bukit Timah Saddle Club horse veterinarian for the Club horses.  

Small animal vet: 1982 to date.  Dr Sing Kong Yuen is responsible for the standard of care and future directions of the veterinary practice.

Dog Breeder vet: 2003 - 2008.  Extension work to the dog and cat breeders, boarding kennels and pet shops in Singapore.  Extension Work: Vaccination of puppies at pet shops and attention to breeders' veterinary problems at the breeding kennels take up a lot of time. Caesarian Sections for several dog breeders.   

Toa Payoh, a suburb of Singapore, toa payoh vets locationSmall animal vet: 2009 - 2015.  Focus mainly on providing personalised better surgical practice and healthcare for Singapore's pet owners and understanding their pet problems and lifestyle. Mentor associate vets and impart to the team of associate vets, the values of honesty, hard work, a high standard of care and responsibility. Perform clinical research and continuing education. Update the community education for pet owners and veterinary students website at Be Kind To Pets. Responsible for the sustainable growth of Toa Payoh Vets and making the practice a place where clients and their children become good friends over the years. 

Consultant Vet
: 2014 - 2015, Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery, Yangon, Myanmar.
 

MESSAGE FROM DR SING KONG YUEN
In 2015, it will have been a great wonderful 41 years in veterinary practice for me since I graduated in 1974. I started Toa Payoh Vets in 1982 and many of my clients' children are now young adults. Some have married and I see their little ones with their pets. 

Younger associate vets will be handling most cases. Their cases are reviewed by me to ensure a high standard of veterinary medicine and surgery is practised.  My skills and expertise are shared with my associate vets.  In 2015, I am 65 years old. I am still practising as I enjoy resolving the challenging varied cases every day and meeting the families of my older clientele.

I attend to deficiencies in services and complaints and to ensure that there is a high standard of veterinary care from Toa Payoh Vets, intending to make Toa Payoh Vets in the top 3 small animal surgeries in Singapore amongst the over 60 veterinary practices in Singapore, focusing on veterinary surgeries with successful outcomes in the majority of anaesthesias.

I am usually at work 7 mornings a week including public holidays and some afternoons and evenings unless I am overseas.

Giving back to the community is very important for me as I became a veterinarian due to the generosity of the British Government's Colombo Plan Scholarship presented to me in 1969. Some projects in Singapore and Yangon are:
 
11. A 2014 Lecture to final year students at the Vet University, Yezin, Myanmar
Video: Dr Sing's Yezin lecture (3 parts) 1/3
Video: Dr Sing's Yezin lecture (3 parts) 2/3
Video: Dr Sing's Yezin lecture (3 parts) 3/3
Video: Life is A Journey. Complete It
Blog: Life Is A Journey. Complete It
10.  Draft Case Studies:  2010vets
grate training + treats for a clever puppy, toapayohvets, singapore9.  Toilet training your puppy in Singapore - Dr Sing's interviews of over 600 cases of Singapore puppies and their house-breaking challenges
8.  Community Education:  Be Kind To Pets
From 2013, real life case studies to educate the visual-oriented younger and better educated pet owners are uploaded on youtube. Some examples are:
 
7.  Video: A very difficult corgi caesarean section 1/2
6.  Video: A very difficult corgi caesarean section 2/2
5.  Video: A Sheltie has pyometra and ticks
4.  Video: How to toilet-train a puppy in an apartment
3.  Video: The Be Kind To Pets project
2.  Video: Corporate Social Responsibility (draft)
1.  Veterinary videos to educate vet students
& pet owners
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