• Our Vets

    Michael Damico             

    Dr Michael Damico has been a Veterinarian for 16 years, graduating from the University of Queensland (Australia) in 2000. He has worked in dog and cat practice since graduation and has a special interest in surgery and laboratory medicine.
    After graduation he spent many years in building his skills and after 5 years purchased Beerwah Veterinary Surgery (Sunshine Coast, Australia).
    Michael had been an examiner at the University of Queensland for the final year viva exams in small animal medicine and AVBC exams in Australia in canine medicine.
    He moved to Shanghai in July 2015 and is currently consulting with Shanghai Paw Veterinary Surgeons at Changning (Puxi) and Jinqiao (Pudong).

  • Our Vets

    Dr. Amanda Hayman             

    Dr Amanda Hayman is a DVM graduate with 7 years of experience under her belt. She is British of mixed ethnicity and currently calls Malaysia home. Dr Amanda has wanted to be a veterinarian since the age of 8 and is grateful to have achieved this dream. She is passionate about practising ethical veterinary medicine and cares for her patients (and clients) very much. In her spare time she enjoys cycling and exploring new places. She has a rescue dog and cat (called Buffy and Cola) back home whom she misses very much. Dr Amanda looks forward to expanding her experience at PAW and serving the animals of Shanghai.

  • Our Vets

    Dr. Matt Qin            

    Matt graduated from Nanjing Agriculture University in 2017 with his bachelor degree. In the same year, he passed the national exam and got the Veterinary Qualification Certificate. He chose to be a vet because of his love for nature and animals. During the 3 years of internship in NJAU veterinary hospital, he had an intensive but rewarding experience. Matt has been working in PAW since he graduated. He is ambitious for his career to be a better vet after being exposed to international veterinary ideas. He wants to be a veterinary surgery specialist. He saved and adopted a stray cat named “Wang Cai”. The strong connection with Wang Cai helps him resonate with the feelings of pet owners. With his professional knowledge and skills, he is dedicated to help animals fight with their suffering, and enjoy a better life.

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