SAA Veterinarians

Dr. Patrick Chong

After finishing high school in Hong Kong, Dr. Patrick moved to Sydney, Australia to study. He had the privilege of being granted a scholarship to study to become a vet. He obtained his Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree at the University of Sydney in 2005. 
After graduating, he spent over five years working at the SPCA in Hong Kong. During this time, he gained much experience and confidence in surgery and shelter medicine and management. Patrick then worked for 2.5 years in a private practice on Lantau Island and further developed his interest in surgery, dermatology, feline medicine and preventive medicine.

Dr. Patrick joined SAA in February 2014 and is now the Advisory Consultant Veterinary Surgeon for the society. Dr. Patrick also works as a veterinary consultant for Royal Canin in Hong Kong. He gives lectures to veterinary nurses and provide consultation to veterinarians in Hong Kong and Macau.

Dr. Kyle Wong has always loved animals and decided to become a veterinarian after he volunteered at a small animal clinic at an early age. He went to University of Melbourne to study Veterinary Science and graduated in 2013.

Kyle returned to Hong Kong after graduation to fulfill his dreams of helping animals in need. Kyle has an interest in internal medicine and ultrasonography. His hobbies include traveling, reading and spending time with his dogs.

Dr. Yun Sun Hong 

Dr Yun Sun Hong graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007.

She practiced in Sydney for 5 years in a small animal clinic before coming to Hong Kong in 2013. 

She is interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine from internal medicine and surgery to dentistry. She is interested in anything that can help your beloved pet!

There is nothing more important to her than to make sure the animals under her care get healthy and happy again. 

She lives with her chinchilla x scottish fold cat, named Lanjai, in the New Territories.

Outside of work, she loves to read novels, and loves to travel the world, whenever she gets the chance.

Dr. Kim graduated from University of Edinburgh. At university, Dr. Kim engaged in various small and large animal practices in both UK and Hong Kong. Having spent most of her life in Hong Kong, she decided to devote herself to the care of the animals in the city after graduation. 
Outside of work she enjoys hiking to get some fresh air and is an owner of two cats.