A Little Bit About Me


How I become veterinarian?

I grown up in a small village named Chaah, there isn’t a part of my childhood memory where animals were not a part of it. I grew up with dogs as a part of our family and always befriending other animals in the neighbourhood. There was a dog in the family named Dagou, he was a puppy when I was born and he passed away when I was 12 years old. There wasn’t any veterinary clinic in my hometown and awareness about veterinary care also very low. Since the death of my childhood partner, like every young girl, I told myself I want to be a veterinarian when I grew up. The difference between me and most young girls is that dream never went away, until the dream finally came true in 2011. I adopted Tina from UVH when I was a veterinary student in UPM, and became a real dog owner on my own, and then Hiro my first cat when I started working as a veterinarian and lastly Pin Pin the youngest dog in the family, they are the biggest influence in my veterinary journey.

My Education Level

Chi Institute, Florida, USA

  • Veterinary Food Therapy, 2017
  • Veterinary Tui-Na Massage, 2016
  • Veterinary Herbal Medicine, 2015-2016
  • Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, 2014

University Putra Malaysia

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 2011
  • Microbiology (hons), 2006

Associations, Memberships and Professional Service

  1. Malaysian Small Animal Veterinary Association (MSAVA)
  2. Board of Directors, World Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (WATCVM)
  3. Chi Institute Small Animal Acupuncture Program Lab Instructor
    • Beijing, 2017
    • Guangzhou, 2016
    • Guangzhou, 2015

Services & Facilities

Conventional Western Medicine

  • Consultation & Physical Examination
  • Vaccination & Deworming
  • Dentistry
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Complete Blood Count & Biochemistry Blood Profile
  • Ultrasonography
  • Hospitalization
  • Boarding

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine

  • Acupuncture
  • Herbal Medicine
  • TuiNa Massage
  • Food Therapy

My Ambassadors



Tina was the oldest dog in the family, we had her for 9 years until she passed away at 14 years old in April 2017. She was adopted from UVH, UPM. She was timid, but a very sweet girl. She had been my best teacher for how to be a good owner and a vet. Before she passed away, through the help of animal communicator, she relayed to us that death is not terrifying, she just wish to spend her remaining quality time with us, so she lived in her best shape as though she wasn’t sick until her very last breath. Her spirit has truly inspired us.    

Pin Pin

Pin Pin

Pin Pin is the latest dog of the family, she was found recumbent at the roadside when she was about 2 month old, later then we found out that she had fractures at both hindlimbs, so surgery was done to fix her fractured legs with IM pinning and that’s how she got her name. Now, she’s about 1 and half years old, from a fearful little pup to a sweet obedient guard dog, she’s very good at guarding the house and yet really playful and attached to us



Hiro is the cat that was rescued from the drain at the back lane. He was still a kitten when rescued, and about 6 years old to date. He’s a typical cat that shows he’s his own boss, he will come to you only when he needs you or you better not disturb him else he’ll show you his claws. Being new to cats, I also learned how to handle cats especially unfriendly felines like him.