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  
30 June, 2015
  Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles & rabbits
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
 
1. Be Kind To Pets Community Education Project
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 and to do clinical research and education of Singapore pet owners.

Since 1997, Toa Payoh Vets have been making corporate social responsibility as part of its operations. Employees and associate vets participate actively in the main project, Be Kind To Pets, commenced since 1997 when the internet was at its infancy and when web pages were grey.

Now in 2015, the world wide web has enabled Be Kind To Pets to share veterinary information to more people worldwide.  
 

Singapore Idol Toa Payoh VetsThe main objective is to educate pet owners to take good care of their pets and to make veterinary medicine and surgery alive. Vets working at Toa Payoh Vets are encouraged to write compelling educational narratives that are published at Be Kind To Pets. This project is our giving back to the society of pet lovers.

We research and write articles to educate a younger generation of pet owners all over the world using real case studies.

This project was started by Dr Sing Kong Yuen i
n 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:
 
Effect of ketamine after Atropine is given as limbs were rigid. Fox terrier spay. toapayohvets  singapore urinary stones recur again one year after surgery by Vet 1. Why? toapayohvets, singapore
Young Fox Terrier spay. Back to normal standing. Use of antisedan in 3 case studies Some interesting cases are at: Dog Medicine
and Dog Surgery
Viral tongue ulcers after fighting off feline intruders - stray cats. Toa Payoh Vets
Cat fell 4 stories. 3 holes below the anus. Some interesting cases are at: Cats
Dwarf Hamster. Hardened ear bite abscesses. Toa Payoh Vets
Hamster skin tumours are best removed when they are very small. It will be much cheaper too. The tough cookie hamster.  Some interesting cases are at: Hamsters
corneal ulceration in a 5-year-old rabbit, left eye. why? tooth abscess, other rabbit trauma, others, toapayohvets, singapore Rabbit. Skin sore. Painful. No response to antibiotics. Singapore. Toa Payoh Vets
A rabbit has a painful eye and cheek A rabbit keeps licking wound. More cases at: Rabbits
guinea pigs for sale pet shop toa payoh vets singapore
Passing blood in the urine for the 3rd time Guinea Pig cases are at:
Guinea Pigs & Rats
red eared slider eyes closed and puffy for last 2 weeks, now open after 4 days of treatment, toapayohvets, singapore
Eyes wide open on Day 4 of treatment. My 3 Ninja Turtles Guinea Pig cases are at:
Turtles
2. Producing veterinary education videos at Toa Payoh Vets
first impressions countA project started 2 years ago  create videos to educate the more visual generation of vet students and pet owners as text is not as appealing to these mobile-using people.  Parties Interested in providing video production services, e-mail judy@toapayohvets.com or tel: 9668-6468.
3. Free Toilet Training Advices to Singapore pet owners
grate training + treats for a clever puppy, toapayohvets, singaporeDr 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 judy@toapayohvets.com to get some free advices.
4. Blogs to bring veterinary medicine and surgery alive to vet students
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 enable them to know whether they are interested in studying to be vets. Some projects done by interns are:  
6. Inspiring stories/images to impart good values to the young Singaporeans
It is difficult to impart good values as the Singaporean parents are usually working long hours. Some life stories, music and images may inspire the young readers. 
tips for young vets, toapayohvets, singapore book exchange 2010 Singapore National Library, toa payoh vets
europe travel in winter 2010 toapayohvets
Be humble. Demonstrate Respect For Elders & They Will Impart Their Hard-earned Experiences To You Free Of Charge 
Frog patchwork of love for Singapore by Lee Hsien Loong The frog patchwork by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells a story about complacency - a frog inside the well. Animal Love Stories in patchwork blocks
hong kong august 23 2011 hot humid bright sunshine blue skies toapayohvets Eyes are the windows to the soul - toapayohvets
How to win the heart of someone you love? Pictures to inspiring the young adults is the main webpage
7. Setting up a Foundation or Charity for pets needing veterinary treatment
We are interested in an investor who wishes to set up a foundation or charity to provide free veterinary treatment for Singapore owners who can't afford to treat their pets.
Some entity equivalent to the U.K's PDSA (People's Dispensary For Small Animals).  An example of a case needing free veterinary treatment is in Epidermal Dysplasia in a Westie in 2008. Interested parties to e-mail:  judy@toapayohvets.com, Phone: +65 9668-6468.
8. Conclusion
Video summary of the "Be Kind To Pets" project

 
 
The non-mobile older version of this webpage is at: Corporate Social Responsibility Jun 2015


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