珍寵東九龍動物醫院

Peticare Kowloon East Animal Hospital

Dr. Carmen Chui
Chief Veterinarian 首席獸醫


BSc (Agr) Animal Science
加拿大安大略省農業學院動物科學學士
DVM (Ontario Veterinary College, Canada)
加拿大安大略省獸醫學院獸醫科學士
MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine)
澳洲及紐西蘭獸醫科學院院士 (小動物內科)及紐西蘭獸醫科學院院士(小動物內科)

Dr. Carmen Chui developed a keen interest in biology and chemistry during her time in high school. While many of her peers were considering pursuing human medicine, she pondered the possibility of applying these subjects in a different field. After volunteering at various organizations in Hong Kong, she became captivated by the diverse range of animals that veterinarians work with. This fascination led her to embark on the journey of pursuing veterinary medicine.

Although Dr. Chui currently does not have any pets of her own due to her frequent travels and busy schedule, she aspires to one day have a Sphynx cat and a ShihTzu.

Throughout her veterinary career, Dr. Chui has been fortunate to have had wonderful mentors who have guided her at different stages. Additionally, she now serves as a mentor to junior clinicians at the clinic, where they exchange ideas, discuss cases, and learn from each other's perspectives. Dr. Chui also collaborates with department heads in nursing, technician, and customer service to ensure the smooth day-to-day operation of the clinic.

Upon completing her Fear Free certification, Dr. Chui gained valuable insights into various hands-on techniques to alleviate pets' anxiety in the hospital environment. These techniques include positive reinforcement with high-value treats, towel restraint, the use of muzzles, pheromones, and pre-visit medication to reduce stress before pets even enter the clinic.

Dr. Chui's area of expertise lies in small animal internal medicine, where she deals with various organ systems of animals' bodies. She acknowledges that diagnosing and treating issues in pets can sometimes be akin to detective work, requiring patience and thorough investigation. Despite the challenges, Dr. Chui finds fulfillment in advocating for animals, who cannot speak for themselves, and cherishes the special bond between pets and their owners that she witnesses in her privileged position as a veterinarian. 

Dr. Katherine Sze
Senior Veterinarian 資深獸醫



BVSc (Melb), CVA (IVAS), ACVCHM (IVAS)
澳洲墨爾本大學獸醫學士
國際獸醫針灸學會註冊針灸醫師
國際獸醫針灸學會註冊中醫師 

As a child, Dr Katherine was raised up in a family with different kinds of small animals. Due to her love for her childhood companions, she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2008. In some of the attachments during her veterinary studies, Katherine was surprised to have seen cases that showed promising improvement with alternative therapies. Since then she had developed interest in alternative treatments in addition to conservative veterinary medicine. Within 2 years of graduation, Katherine became certified acupuncturist and has practised acupuncture since. Having seen what acupuncture can do for the animals, she hoped patients in her hands can benefit from combination of both Western and Chinese Medicine. So she was determined and became a certified Chinese herbalist couple of years later. Over the years, she had also further her studies in small animal internal medicine and nutrition. She is also dedicated to become certified animal physiotherapist in the near future. Katherine always bears this in her mind, 'treat any animal like your own pet', and she thinks this is what keeps her motivated throughout the years. At home, Katherine has a responsive cat called Yau Yau, and a friendly chinchilla named Chau Chau. She has recently adopted a hyperactive dog that needs extra attention, just like her twin boys. Katherine likes shopping, swimming and going out with her little boys in her spare time.

Dr. Wilson Wong
Veterinarian 獸醫


BSc, DVM (University of Murdoch)梅鐸大學獸醫科學士 

Dr. Wilson Wong grew up in Hong Kong, went to Western Australia to pursue a degree in Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University. Upon graduating from Veterinary school in 2020, he returned to Hong Kong and started his career as a Veterinarian.

Dr. Wilson has interests in small animal medicine, surgery and diagnostic imaging, and would like to further his knowledge in related fields, hoping to provide excellent services with the best care to all clients and patients.


During his spare time, Dr. Wilson enjoys watching movies, cooking and participating in various sports, including badminton, table tennis and swimming. He also enjoys spending time with the lovely cat in the photo - Ying Ying. 

Dr. Angel Cheng
Veterinarian 獸醫


BVetMed, MRCVS (Royal Veterinary College, University of London)
英國皇家獸醫學院學士
 

Dr. Angel completed her veterinary training at the Royal Veterinary College in London. 

Her lifelong passion for animals was evident since childhood through showing love and care for all creatures great and small. 

Driven by an innate desire to make a difference in the lives of animals, Dr. Angel decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine and dedicated to becoming a life-saving doctor. 

She has special interests in surgery and emergency care, with plans to expand her expertise through a certificate in acupuncture. 

Additionally, she is the proud owner of Yabi, a beloved pet duck from Taiwan, who has garnered popularity on social media and has even attended a few of TV shows. 

Beyond her professional endeavors, Dr. Angel finds joy in singing, dancing, watching musicals, engaging in outdoor activities, and exploring the world through travel.

Dr. D. Anders Kulhavy
Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian  急症及重症部 獸醫


DVM (Texas A&M University)
美國德州農工大學獸醫科學士
MANZCVS (Emergency and Critical Care)
澳洲及紐西蘭獸醫科學院院士 (急症及重症科) 

Dr. Kulhavy graduated from Texas A&M University in 2004. He has worked as an emergency veterinarian for the majority of his 20 year career and is experienced at all aspects of ER medicine and surgery.  In 2019 he passed the Australia/New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists membership exam in emergency and critical care medicine, which is a middle-tier certification.  He continues to advance his knowledge and skills in ECC medicine and surgery 

Since 2013 Dr. Kulhavy has pursued his other passion in veterinary medicine which is ultrasound.  This interest developed into a full time career as an ultrasonographer the last several years, having performed thousands of ultrasound and echocardiogram exams on Hong Kong’s pet population. He has presented research on lung ultrasound at the International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society conference on two occasions. 

Dr. Kulhavy has been a resident of Hong Kong since 2014.  He joined Peticare Kowloon East in 2024 and will perform diagnostic ultrasound and help oversee the management of critical patients. 

Dr. Gina Anstey
Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian 急症及重症部獸醫


BSc, BVSc, MRCVS (University of Pretoria)普利托利亞大學獸醫系學士

Born and raised on an organic sheep farm in the Karoo in South Africa, Dr Gina Anstey's early connection with animals and nature laid the foundation for a journey in veterinary medicine. Her family's sheep farm not only instilled in her a strong work ethic but also fueled her love for animals. 
Gina's desire for a fast-paced and adventurous life led her to pursue a career as a Vet, which she obtained from South Africa’s renowned veterinary school, Onderstepoort, after having completed a BSc degree in agricultural animal science as well.

 Drawn to the energy and vibrancy of the city, she made the move to Hong Kong to explore new opportunities and challenges in her field.

For almost three years now, Gina has been an integral part of the veterinary community in Hong Kong, focusing on small animal care. Her commitment to the well-being of pets and their owners is evident in her focus in emergency and critical care, where every moment counts. The fast-paced environment of Hong Kong resonates with Gina's adventurous spirit.

Gina understands that veterinary care is not just about treating animals; it's about supporting and comforting pet owners in their darkest moments, which is not only challenging, but very rewarding.

In the midst of her demanding career, Gina remains deeply connected to her love for nature and the outdoors; whether it's hiking in Hong Kong or playing tennis. 

Gina Anstey has an unwavering commitment to the well-being of animals and the people who love them. With a heart full of passion and a spirit that embraces adventure, she continues to make a lasting impact in the field of veterinary medicine, one compassionate gesture at a time.

Dr. Maguigad Marjorie Sotelo    
Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian  急症及重症部 獸醫


BSc (Central Luzon State University) 中呂宋國立大學動物科學學士
DVM (Central Luzon State University) 中呂宋國立大學獸醫科學士
ECFVG (AVMA-USA) 外國獸醫畢業生教育委員會認證(美國獸醫學會)黎

Dr. Maguigad’s started her journey into veterinary medicine with a lifelong love for animals, fostered by growing up in a household where pets were cherished as family members. This early exposure instilled a deep empathy for animals and a desire to understand their medical needs and behaviors. Pursuing this passion, Dr. Maguigad earned a degree in BS Animal Husbandry and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Central Luzon State University.


Driven by a desire to continuously improve her skills and knowledge while striving to provide the highest standard of medical care, Dr. Maguigad successfully passed the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) certification by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).


Her choice to pursue veterinary medicine was driven by a deep-seated commitment to reducing animal distress and improving their quality of life. She believes that the power of medicine is ot just to heal, but to prevent illness and foster long-term well-being.
Dr. Maguigad worked in variety of veterinary Clinics and hospital both in the Philippines and Singapore to widen her experience and develop her skills to provide utmost care for her patients. 


Outside the veterinary hospital, Dr. Maguigad enjoys reading a good book, listening to music,  playing tennis & running.