Dr Cheryl Ho graduated from Murdoch University in 2008 and has since been working with the Mount Pleasant Veterinary group. She has had a special interest in oncology since she was a student and is dedicated to helping pets with cancer prolong and improve their quality of life. She has completed externships with the veterinary oncology team at the Queen Mother Animal Hospital in London. She currently accepts referral oncological cases for chemotherapy at Mount Pleasant Central Veterinary Clinic. Dr Ho shares her life with a sweet adopted Greyhound called Haloumi who is a cancer survivor and has a soft spot for fat Syrian hamsters. She is a cinephile and enjoys all film genres and loves immersing herself in art museums.



Dr Lesley Teo graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2008. She spent 3 years working at the Mount Pleasant group. There she developed a keen interest in small animal internal medicine. She then went on to complete a 1 year rotating internship at the Royal Veterinary College, London from 2012 to 2013 training under world renowned veterinary specialists. In 2014, Dr Teo returned to Singapore and practised as a locum veterinarian at several clinics around Singapore. In 2015, she rejoined the Mount Pleasant team at Mount Pleasant Central Veterinary Clinic. Since graduating, Dr Teo has completed certificates of proficiency in small animal endocrinology, neurology and emergency and critical care with Massey University. She has also completed a small animal abdominal ultrasound course with the Royal Veterinary College and published a paper in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. Dr Teo believes in high quality patient care and animal welfare and advocates the patients quality of life above all else. In her free time, Dr Teo enjoys reading, yoga and hiking. But most of all, she loves spending time with her cat Mika, a lovely grey tabby whom she adopted from a shelter in Melbourne whilst she was a student.



Dr Estella Liew graduated with honours from the University of Melbourne in 2008. Since then she has been working in small animal practice. She started working for the Mount Pleasant group after graduation. She then decided to further herself and completed a 1 year rotating internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists in the United States. Following that she spent 2.5 years as a senior emergency veterinarian at Bluepearl Veterinary Partners in Michigan. There she continued to work alongside various specialists. She also completed an externship in an oncology center in Michigan. Dr Liew obtained her memberships in small animal surgery by examination with the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 2015. She is a firm believer of continued education to improve herself. Amongst them she has completed post-graduate surgery courses with CVE Sydney. Her interests are in small animal surgery and emergency medicine. In her spare time, Dr Liew participates in dog agility classes with her Australian Shepherd Mason. She also enjoys kayak fishing with her husband and is an avid dog sport enthusiast.



Dr Germaine Lee fell in love with healing and helping animals as a student. She spent a decade working in small animal practices, both locally and abroad, before graduating from the University of Sydney in 2011. Dr Lee considers many of her daily encounters on the job to be mini adventures, and is particularly captivated by the demands of emergency medicine. She continues to develop her interests in veterinary surgery and medicine as she believes that the pursuit of knowledge is integral to being a good vet. When she is not at work, Dr Lee loves being outdoors or chatting to her chatty cat.



Dr Chong Shin Min graduated with honours from Murdoch University in 2009. She has been working in Singapore since graduation and has developed an interest in internal medicine, infectious diseases and pathology, having undergone further training in Australia and USA for the latter. Pursuing an interest in conservation and wildlife, she completed a Masters of Veterinary Studies (Conservation Medicine) with Murdoch University in 2014. Dr Chong advocates the ‘One Health’ approach in veterinary health, and believes that healthy pets lead to healthy owners and families. In her free time, Dr Chong enjoys hanging out with her cat, Hamish, reading, hiking and volunteering on wildlife surveys in Singapore.





Verg, Annie, Song, Jac, Marc, Piya, Joy



Piya, James, Stephanie

Employment Opportunities


We are constantly on the lookout for new members who can contribute to our team.

Interested applicants please email us your resume to mpvc.whitley@gmail.com or drop us a message at our contact us page.


  • Bachelor Degree in Veterinary Science and Medicine from universities recognized by AVA in Singapore
  • Excellent client communication skills
  • Compassion for animals
  • Fosters positive, mutually supportive and kind atmosphere in the clinic
  • Self-motivated towards continuing education
  • Experienced or new graduates welcomed to apply.

Veterinary Nurse/Receptionist


  • Experience and certificate preferred but not essential
  • Service orientated
  • Fluent in English
  • Computer literate
  • Compassion for animals and a team player
  • Ability to work shift hours.
  • Responsibilities are split between nursing and reception duties.

Veterinary Technicians


  • Relevant experience and/or certificate required
  • Fluent in English
  • Computer literate
  • Compassion for animals and a team player
  • Ability to work shift hours



  • Experience as receptionist in veterinary clinics preferred but not essential
  • Service orientated
  • Fluent in English
  • Fluent in Mother tongue ideal
  • Computer literate
  • Team player
  • Ability to work shift hours if required
  • Ability to multitask and work in fast paced environment

Veterinary Practice Manager:


  • Matured and independent
  • Strong organisational, communication and interpersonal skills
  •  A background in veterinary medicine or business management will be an advantage
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in the veterinary, health care or service industry is preferred
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritise and adapt to a fast paced and evolving work environment
  • Conflict management experience with associates and clients
  • Human resources skill set to recruit, coach and develop team members
  • Manage a team of 20 to 25 staff members and maintain a positive culture and work environment
  • Willing to work flexible hours
  • Daily duties of a Veterinary Practice Manager include: staff management and scheduling, inventory control, book keeping, payroll administration, budgeting, establishing clinic policies and procedures, training new staff and overseeing client relations.