Vet On Wheels
Integrative Medicine
All breeds welcome
At Your Convenience
Compassionate Care

At Your Time and Convenience

We bring the veterinarian to you, at your doorstep or in your house. We work with your schedule to see your pet in the comfort of your home, to reduce stress to a minimum.

Integrative Veterinary Care

We recommend a gentler integrative approach to treating your pets, by combining conventional medicine with alternative natural treatments for your fur babies. Our special focus is on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

Pet transport with oxygen needs

Our unique setup allows us to provide the option for transporting your pet with breathing difficulties to a 24 hour vet hospital while providing oxygen to your pet.


We are a holistically-oriented veterinary clinic that takes into account your pet's behaviour, emotions, environment, nutrition and physical condition to formulate a treatment plan to best suit you and your pet's needs.

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What our clients say

My corgi Benji was diagnosed with degenerative myeopathy about a year ago and I am grateful to have found Dr Jasmine as she has been managing his condition through TCM treatment. I like her dedication, passion and patience in helping and attending to my queries even after-hours. Benji definitely seems to have more strength and energy after the sessions with Dr Jasmine and it is definitely much appreciated!

Ms Foo

Benji's owner

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Dr Jasmine who dedicates her passion and time to journey together with my senior 17 yrs old canine, Champagne who is diagnosed with a spinal degeneration. Her progressive condition resulted in inability to walk with her 2 back legs. Started acupuncture & TCM with Dr Jasmine at the beginning of the year to maintain her condition.

Unfortunately, 3 months ago, Champagne accidentally fractured her femur. As age is concerned, surgery would be in a high risk. 2 vets that i consulted with, advised me to put her under anaesthesia. It was a heartbreaking moment and I was in a dilemma.

I remembered Dr Jasmine was telling me, “I don’t like the idea of leaving the fractured as it is”. So she tried to get a splint and treated her on a Sunday morning. Definitely, she is someone who has a strong determination to do something beyond her limitation. Someone who never fail to find a way, when there seems to be no way. She took this chance to be Champagne’s saviour!

Acupuncture, chinese herbs & daily nutrition has helped to improve her fractured condition. Bones that were flabby, falling apart, had become more intact after 3 months. It may be 6 months or beyond for a callus to form and heal naturally, but I believe in miracles, and because God has send an angel like Dr Jasmine to treat Champagne, patiently & wholeheartedly, I can be rest assured that she will be in a good hands of her saviour. No matter how challenging it’s going to be like, a journey of a man’s best friend & Dr Jasmine will surely finish well!

Champagne’s condition has definitely improved from time to time, even though she will not be able to walk like a normal canine anymore. She used to have an abnormal bladder size due to progressive effect of spinal degeneration, it makes her difficult to express her urine. After months of acupuncture, her bladder became easier to express and the bladder size had became smaller. Caring for a senior dog can be challenging. Dr Jasmine is someone whom I can truly trust for the comfort of my senior 17 years old canine, Champagne.

Ms Japutra

Champagne's owner

Sawyer who had severe allergies, has improved leaps after he has gone on TCM with Dr Jasmine. With TCM and a wholesome diet, Sawyer’s skin now is glowing and he doesn’t shed as much and smell as bad like before. He’s also put on weight:). Dr Jasmine is also very patient with Sawyer who has great anxiety when he sees vets! She’s also willing to spend time to answer our questions and give us very good advice:). Thank you Dr Jasmine!

Ms Jin

Sawyer's owner

Dr Jasmine has been treating Junior with acupuncture and Chinese medicines since March 2018 and Junior has showed great improvements after few sessions of treatments. Now, Junior is able to lift himself up easily and walk with stronger hind legs and has even put on weight. Heartfelt thanks to Dr Jasmine for all her professional acknowledge and always there to explain details to us. Now, with Vet on Wheels, it’s so much convenient and stress-free for Junior to have his monthly acupuncture at home. THANK YOU DR JASMINE! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! 👍

Ms Tan

Junior's owner


Our Services

  • Palliative and Hospice Care
  • Chinese Herbal Therapy
  • Medical Care
  • Acupuncture
  • Transport with oxygen
  • Home Euthanasia
  • Food therapy

At Vet On Wheels, we aim to provide a caring environment to support you and your pet’s physical and emotional needs, especially in the face of terminal and chronic illnesses. We focus on improving quality of life through improving the comfort of your pet at the end of life. 

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Chinese Herbal Therapy is an important part of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). Herbal formulas consisting of a combination of single-herbs been passed down through thousands of years, and are used to correct imbalances underlying a disease pattern and to promote the body’s ability to heal itself.

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Our mobile veterinary clinic is well-equipped to carry out annual examinations and diagnostic checks that most conventional clinics do. We treat all breeds of dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs.

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Acupuncture is one of the 4 main components of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). It involves the stimulation of specific points on the body, usually by insertion of thin sterile needles but sometimes with electro-stimulation or a laser device. These acupuncture points help trigger a healing response when stimulated, as they are linked to various parts of the body and organs by channels called meridiens.

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Our mobile service allows your pet to be provided with oxygen in a modified oxygen cage, so that your pet in respiratory distress may be transported to a 24 hour hospital for monitoring and further diagnostics.

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One of the hardest questions to answer is when is it time to say goodbye to your pet.

At Vet On Wheels, we know that letting your pet go is a difficult decision to make. We want you to know that we are here to help you make a decision, to discuss and help you understand your pet’s condition and prognosis with an evaluation of a “quality of life” questionnaire.

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Using our knowledge and understanding of TCM properties of food, we are able to help recommend foods that will work hand in hand with the medical treatment your pet is receiving, to bring your pet’s health into balance in the long-term. For pet parents who want to get involved in cooking, we have resources that help formulate a balanced recipe to feed your pet.

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