We pride ourselves on our warm, friendly and welcoming service. Our small team of internationally educated vets understands the importance of tailoring care to the individual animal. We feel it is important to take the time to learn all we can about your pet’s history, environment and lifestyle before discussing healthcare options.
Our vets are all general practitioners dealing with all companion animal species and all conditions, in addition to having special clinical interests. A very experienced and dedicated team of veterinary assistants supports us.
Dr. Michael Goodlet | BVM&S MRCVS
Michael graduated from Edinburgh University’s Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies in 1979 and is a Member of The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Since qualifying he gained experience in England before travelling and working in southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand. A passion for dairying led him to Saudi Arabia where became Veterinary Group Manager for a 25,000 head dairy farming operation. After six years and experiencing the first Gulf war up close he left to come to Hong Kong in 1991 and in 1996 established Stanley Veterinary Centre. Always interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery, he realised how common cardiac problems in dogs and cats are in Hong Kong so studied and was awarded the Australian Postgraduate Foundation Certificate in Cardiology in 2001 from The University of Sydney and now sees many referrals from other practices in Hong Kong.
Dr. Michael Bradley | BVMS MRCVS
Anaesthesia, Surgery and Exotic Animal & Wildlife Medicine
Michael is a graduate of the University of Glasgow Veterinary School, a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and has a post graduate qualification in Biodiversity, Wildlife and Ecosystem Health from The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at The University of Edinburgh . Since qualifying he has practiced in Ireland and Hong Kong, treating everything from Irish Draught Horses and Lantau Buffalo to Teacup Poodles and canaries. With many years experience of practice in Hong Kong he now considers it home and enjoys the variety of general practice in this unique city.
Michael has also provided veterinary care for the animals at Hong Kong Wetland Park and works part-time for Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, providing veterinary support for projects involving local primates and marine mammals.