Pawlistic Veterinary Medical Center opened in September 2021. We are located at Unit B1A, G/F, Unison Industrial Centre, 27 - 31 Au Pui Wan St, Fo Tan (Entrance at Fo Tan Road).
We know that pets are everyone's most beloved family. As veterinarians, in addition to treating pets, we hope to provide holistic care for your pets. We will provide full services medical care for your pets. Our veterinarian team is committed to providing your pet with medical services and a good medical environment. You can call 21562086 to make a phone appointment. In addition to western medical services, we have a professional Chinese veterinarian team that provides acupuncture, Tui Na, Traditional Chinese medicine, Moxibustion, Food Therapy, and other Traditional Chinese Medicine services, so as to fully take care of your pet Pawlistic Veterinary Medical Center provides hospitalization services for your pets. The center has separate cat and dog wards, isolation wards, and intensive care wards.
Dr. Ronnie Tong
Dr. Tong was born in a family of Chinese medicine and has a keen interest in Chinese medicine since he was a child. After completing the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine in Australia, Dr. Tong chose to develop in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he obtained the qualification of Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Veterinary Herbalist, and Certified Veterinary Food Therapist. In order to further his knowledge of Chinese medicine, Dr. Tong also completed the three-year course of Advanced Diploma in Chinese Medicine at the University of Hong Kong.
Dr. Tong believes that prevention is better than cure. In order to improve the health of pets, he founded Pawlistic Kitchen in 2019 to provide a high-quality fresh pet food diet and food therapy. Dr. Tong hopes to integrate traditional Chinese medicine into the treatment plan to help your furkids solving different health conditions.
Dr. Eric Wong
Dr. Wong was born and raised in Hong Kong. He completed his Veterinary Science Degree at the University of Sydney in 2016. After graduation, he worked in several busy vet clinics and gained a lot of experience in internal medicine, surgery, and emergency.
Dr. Wong has a keen interest in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and alternative therapies. He obtained the qualification of Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in 2021 and is also taking a course in Veterinary Chinese Herbal medicine. He is also preparing to further study in animal physiotherapy and integrate rehabilitation therapy into the treatment plan.
Dr. Roger Lam
Dr. Lam was born in Hong Kong and completed his Veterinary Medicine Degree in National Taiwan University. After graduation, Dr. Lam further completed a three years postgraduate training program in small animal respiratory medicine and integrated cardiorespiratory care.
Dr. Lam special interests include small animal respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, internal medicine, chest ultrasonography, echocardiography. And will continue his professional development to provide high quality healthcare service to his patients.