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.
Since 1997, Toa Payoh Vets have been making corporate social responsibility
as part of its giving back to the pet and veterinary community in Singapore.
Vets, staff and interns do clinical
research and education of Singapore pet owners by
participating actively in the main project,
To Pets. This commenced around 1997 when the
internet was at its infancy and when web pages were grey. A large collection
of case studies have had been published in the world wide web.
To Pets share veterinary information to more people
worldwide via the internet.
pet owners about good pet and
veterinary students about real-life challenges in veterinary
medicine and surgery is part of Toa Payoh Vets' mission
passes knowledge from one generation to another enabling progress and
learning from failures and challenges.
We research and write articles
to educate a younger generation of pet owners
and veterinary students all over the world using real
case studies, using the internet platforms.
This project was started by Dr
Sing Kong Yuen in
1997. Our internet articles enable more pet owners and others to share
information and learn how to be kind to pets.
Some case studies are shown below:
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creating corporate video by Toa Payoh Vets: e-mail
3. Free Toilet Training Advices to
Singapore pet owners
Sing's interviews of over 600 cases of Singapore puppies and their
house-breaking challenges. Most puppy sellers don't provide toilet training
advices and most Singaporeans don't have sufficient toilet training
knowledge. Therefore reading the cases of situations encountered may help
them. Or they can e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org to get some free advices.
4. Blogs and videos to
make veterinary medicine
and surgery alive to vet students and pet owners
There is too much to study in veterinary
medicine and surgery - dogs, cats and other animals unlike human medicine
which focus only on people. The case studies seen at Toa Payoh Vets will
make veterinary studies more interesting to the vet students as these are
real cases encountered by Dr Sing Kong Yuen in
Singapore and some countries like Myanmar overseas.
5. Internship for Singaporean students
who wish to be vets
Qualified interns are required to do
write veterinary reports or produce videos so that they learn better rather
than being an observer at Toa Payoh Vets. Most interns have no animal
handling experiences as they live in urbanised Singapore and internship at
Toa Payoh Vets enables them to know whether they are interested in studying
to be vets. Some projects done by interns are: