Our Veterinary team
About Dr Eric's Animal Clinic
Dr Ricky Yuen is graduate from University of Sydney, Australia (BVSc). As a child, she has always loved animals and was determined to become a veterinarian since. She began doing volunteer work at SPCA during her free time in high school. This has made her more determined in pursuing her dream in saving and treating helpless animals. She started working in Hong Kong shortly after her graduation and has gained many experiences on feline and canine surgical and internal medicinal cases over the years before settling in Dr Eric's Animal Clinic. She also loves bonding with her clients as well as her lovely furry patients and cherishes the relationship deeply.
She has recently taken part of a life-changing role of being a mother. Raising a newborn baby is a challenge but fortunately her medical background has saved her from many hectic moments. Her upcoming wish is that her 2 year-old, DSH, Siu Wan would love her baby as much as she loves her and be life-long companions for each other.
She is looking forward in welcoming her fourth year in working at Dr Eric's and hoping she can help each and everyone of you and your lovely pets
她非常期待即將在Dr Eric's 工作的第四年並希望能夠幫助到每位有需要的毛孩。
Dr Vivian Chow graduated from The University of Queensland and returned to Hong Kong soon after to practise as a small animal veterinarian. Ever since she was a child, Vivian was surrounded by animals. Until she met her English Cocker Spaniel, BB, and started to pursue in being a veterinarian as her dog was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy at the age of one.
Vivian is passionate about animal health and welfare, and is also keen to share her knowledge to owners to achieve the best care possible to your animals. She also enjoys all aspect of veterinary medicine and developed a strong interest in internal medicine during her career.
Outside of work, Vivian enjoys watching movies, traveling and spending time with family and friends, including her white Pomeranian named "Luk Chin".
Dr. Eric graduated from The University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia with a BVSc. Before which he has had a varied working experience, he is a qualified system network engineer, having worked at Victorian Barracks in Melbourne for the Australian Army. He is a qualified Card Dealer, having worked 2 years at Crown Casino in Melbourne as a blackjack dealer. He was a well known bartender in Melbourne’s famous Chapel Street. He is also a professional photographer having curated an art gallery in Central.|
During his veterianry study, he saw practise with Dr. Hugh Wirth, RSPCA Australian Chairman & Radio Presenter for over 20 years, Dr. Ray Furgerson, Orthopedic Surgeon & Greyhound and Victorian Police Dog Veterinarian and IDEXX Veterianry Laboratories.
After graduating from Melbourne University he has practise at the RSPCA in Victoria, Australia, then emmigrated back to Hong Kong where he was originally born and worked almost 5 years for animal welfare at the SPCA in Wanchai. He has developed a special relation with Hong Kong’s media with his approachable style. For 2 years he has been a radio presenter for RTHK 2 enlightening the Hong Kong public about animal issues. He has continue to appear in Hong Kong’s many media forms to inform the Hong Kong public about issues from Animal Welfare, Wildlife Conservation, Food Safety to Animal Grooming. Dr. Eric also appeared weekly on the Children's Education Show Afterschool educating children about animal care and also a weekly column in Friday's South China Morning Post about society, science, the envirnoment and animals. He is also a consultation for the Hong Kong Consumer Council on animal related matters.
Dr. Eric is the proud owner of 27 dogs & 53 cats, 4 birds, 6 hamster, 6 guinea pigs, 1 rabbit and many fishes, most of which were adopted or saved from sad situations. His only pet that isn’t adopted is his Afgan Hound, Champion Satang Nevada Gold, is a 4 times consequetive Best of Hound Group in Hong Kong & a Hong Kong and Australian Champion. He has won Best of Show in Australia multiple times. Surprisingly his most famous pet isn’t Nevada at all, but a little pomeranian name“YY” she has 3 legs, a massive heart murmur, no teeth but a load of personality, she was 18 years old when she past away.|
Dr. Eric in his life has had 27 beloved dogs (17 of which were pomeranians, 1 Terrier Cross, 1 Australian silky terrier, 1 St. Bernard, 2 Afgan Hound, 3 Shih Tze, 1 Longhair chihuahua, 1 Boizoi, 53 cats, 4 rabbits, 8 guinea pigs, 1 Chinchilla, 7 Hamsters, 2 Chickens, 1 cockatiel, 2 african grey parrots and countless number of fishes. He used to be an avid breeder of African Chiclids (A type of fish from the great lakes of Africa).
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