Dr. Boo working on an animal patient

The trusted eye specialist for animals.

We are the only board-certified ophthalmologist in Singapore. Dedicated to improving the quality of animal lives by improving their vision.

Dr. Boo with an animal patient

Professionally Accredited

Dr. Boo is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, so you can rest assured that you are in experienced hands.

and advanced.
We are passionate about your pet’s vision and quality of life. Using state-of-the-art surgical equipment and diagnostic techniques, we aim to deliver advanced eye care for your pet with compassion and warmth.
Ophthalmic Examinations

A slit lamp biomicroscope is used to evaluate the front portion of the eye on a microscopic level. This instrument allows for the optical sectioning of the eye. The back portion of the eye is evaluated using indirect ophthalmoscopy and a series of condensing lenses.

OFA & Certifying Examinations

The Eye Specialist for Animals is proud to be able to provide OFA Eye Certifcation Registry examinations to breeders of dogs. These examinations can be performed only by qualified board-certified veterinary ophthalmologists. These examinations find potential heritable eye diseases in dogs before they are passed on to future generations, helping to limit the amount of genetic eye disease in dogs, and produce healthier dogs.

Please see the OFA website for additional information.

Surgical Services

When medicine alone is not an option for treatment, The Eye Specialist for Animals specialises in a wide range of surgical therapy such as cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, endothelial keratoplasty, eyelid correction surgery.

Ocular Diagnostics

The Eye Specialist for Animals are equipped to perform specialized ophthalmic testing such as Schirmer tear testing, Fluorescein stain, Tonometry, Gonioscopy, Ocular ultrasound, Chromatic pupillary light tests, Electroretinography, Cytology of ocular tissues and Superficial and deep biopsy of ocular tissues.


Emergencies involving the eye happen frequently. With any trauma, your pet should be evaluated as soon as possible by a veterinarian. Not all ocular emergencies require evaluation by a veterinary ophthalmologist.

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Let us help.

Have peace of mind when it comes to your beloved pet.
Our team of trained ophthalmic nurses and support staff are committed to providing the best treatment possible.

  • Dr. Gladys Boo
    Veterinary Ophthalmology Specialist
  • Dr. Jelisa Lin
    Veterinary Ophthalmology Intern
  • Mary
    Ophthalmic Nurse
  • Chng Jie
    Practice Manager

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The Eye Specialist

for Animals

At The Eye Specialist for Animals, we believe that a compassionate, personalised approach creates the best care for your pet. We are animal lovers and understand how stressful it is to have a pet with eye problems or vision loss. We strive to provide expert ophthalmic care for your pet and high-quality service to all our clients.

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