Bachelor degree of Veterinary Medicine Graduated from Nanjing Agriculture University. Jackie loves animals very much since she was a child,and she has raised different varieties of animals,like cat,dog,squirrel,hamster,goose etc. Jacky has a little Chinese mongrel pup called Hua Hua who started Jacky on her Path of Veterinary Medicine. It is Jacky’s hope that we not only provide animals with comfortable environment,but also keep them healthy. Her dream is to be an excellent vet whose main concern is animal welfare. In the leisure time,she likes sports,like basketball,badminton,jogging and so on.
Mark graduated from James Cook university in Queensland in 2010. He has since worked in various practices in Australia and the Caribbean. He has mainly worked in small animal practice and his interests lie in surgery and dentistry. Mark came to China to experience a different culture and way of life. He has a very energetic border collie at home in Australia. He enjoys food, exercising and diving and exploring new places.
Angel graduated from the University of Melbourne and has been working at the RSPCA in Melbourne before she moved to Hong Kong and continued her career at the SPCA. Working at these big busy charity hospitals has allowed her to gain a lot of valuable experience in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery and emergency medicine. She has also participated in animal welfare work such as stray animals desexing and taking charge of prosecution cases. She is devoted to providing best care to her patients and has received further education in feline medicine, ultrasonography, acupuncture, soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery.
Angel is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, hiking and camping, and is looking forward to exploring different parts of China.
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).