The Animal World Clinic Team

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Dr Geetha
Practice Manager; Senior Veterinary Surgeon

From a young age, Dr Geetha has always had an affinity to animals. Inspired by James Herriot, she qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Glasgow University in 1992.
She has worked in small animal practice ever since in both Singapore and the UK.
With a passion for animal welfare, she established a sterilization programme for stray cats and dogs in Langkawi Malaysia which evolved into LASSie (Langkawi Animal Shelter and Sanctuary) Foundation, a non-profit dog and cat rescue organization.
As Max her rescue dog will confirm her first love is for cats, on which her work has been centered for the past 5 years. However, she now has come full circle returning to her roots in general practice and helping community animals of all types.

Dr Geetha is also a strong believer in alternative treatment modalities such as Reiki ,Essential oils ,Bach Flower remedies and Laser therapy to complement the traditional Western treatment options .
At the end of a long work day Dr Geetha looks forward to walks with Max and also watching her favourite Netflix series with her cats Kiko, Princess and Tommy by her side.

Dr Pathma
Veterinary Surgeon

Pathma graduated from Massey University, New Zealand in 2016 and has been practicing in Singapore for the past 3 years. She is passionate about advocating for the welfare of all animals big and small. She believes in a holistic approach to veterinary medicine and is open to learning about new treatment methods regardless of whether they are in line with mainstream Western medicine or not. She is a bookworm who can always be found with a novel in her hands during her free time.

"On her off days, she enjoys going for hikes and spending time at home with her husband and their geriatric cat."

Dr Avery See
Vetrinary Surgeon

Dr Averyl See is a Murdoch University ( Western Australia ) graduate who decided to return to Singapore to begin her veterinary career . She is an avid animal lover who strongly believes in the slogan “ adopt don’t shop”.  She currently (ONLY!) owns 1 dog and 1 cat , who are both rescues and would potentially own many more in the future.  She has a keen interest in small animal internal medicine and is looking into furthering her studies to broaden her expertise and knowledge. Despite being petite in size, she is constantly filled with energy and passion when doing the things she likes. In addition to working in an industry fuelled by her love for animals,  she is also an avid sports lover who loves running, swimming, and trying out any new sports that comes her way.

Dr. Patrick Maguire
Veterinary Surgical Specialist (Consultant) BVSc (Hons) Sydney, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Registered Specialist of Small Animal Surgery

Dr. Maguire is an experienced specialist in small animal surgery. Dr. Maguire graduated from the University of Sydney in first class honors. During his studies he received awards in diagnostic imaging and communication. Following graduation Dr. Maguire worked in the USA for 9 years. During that period he completed two years of surgical internship training and a three-year small animal surgical residency program at a veterinary referral centre in New York. Following the completion of his residence, Dr. Maguire obtained his specialist qualifications with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. His areas of interest include trauma and reconstructive, orthopedic, soft tissue, and neurosurgery. Dr Maguire has presented research at both US national and international conferences on topics including angular limb deformity, wound healing and radiographic positioning. Dr. Maguire maintains memberships with the Veterinary Orthopedic Society and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Alex
Sr Vet Tech

It is often said that the working world is stressful. For me, it's the other way around - being a Vet Tech brings me relief from the daily stresses of life.
Doing what you love equates to a life filled with passion, and that makes me a better person too.
Just as the saying goes, 'You can tell a person's character by how they treat animals.'

Sara
Veterinary Assistant

I'm a firm believer of the saying, 'If you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life.' 
Monday blues definitely don't apply to me.
Working with stray animals has opened up a whole new perspective - I'm determined to provide each patient with a sense of comfort and safety, even if the impact is miniscule. It's most rewarding being a spectator of an animal wagging its tail and having a meal for the first time.

Kartik
Veterinary Assistant

I’m a thrill seeker, and I thrive on adventure. The role of a Vet Tech fits my personality perfectly.
The anticipation that comes with the job, the fast paced and dynamic environment drives my motivation and passion for this industry. I take pride in being competent in the skill of gaining the trust of fear-aggressive patients who come to us.

Calvina
Veterinary Assistant

Being able to trace the progress of an animal come back to health from a deterioating state is what makes the blood, sweat and tears worth the job.

Entong
Veterinary Assistant

Working with animals has always been a passion of mine since childhood, and working at the clinic has been a very eye-opening and rewarding experience so far. No two days are the same, which makes it all the more interesting, and there’s nothing more rewarding than being a part of an animal’s road to recovery!

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