Our Story

Leaders in Companion Animal Veterinary Health Care


Our first veterinary clinic grew by leaps & bounds since it’s opening in 1972 by our founder, Datuk Dr. S. Sivagurunathan. He is a founding member of VET-ONE USA (1975) and the second Asian member to join Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) in 1978. He was a pioneer in emergency veterinary services in Malaysia. Datuk Dr. S. Sivagurunathan was appointed an Associate Professor Madya at UPM in 1990 for his early work in animal welfare and lectured the undergraduates on welfare and ethics. He was a Past President of the Veterinary Association of Malaysia (VAM), Malaysian Small Animal Veterinary Association (MSAVA)-  formerly SAPAM and a senior past member of the Malaysian Veterinary Council (MVC). He is currently an active in a number of boards and foundations.
During our 25th Anniversary in 1997, Datuk Dr. S. Sivagurunathan, launched his book “Pets Have Feelings Too” that payed tribute to the life and times of a young practitioner in his early days of veterinary medicine in Malaysia. The event was officiated by the Minister of Agriculture at the time, YBhg Tan Sri Amar Sulaiman Daud.
Since then, we have introduced various facilities and services in-line with international standards of practice in two veterinary practices in the Klang Valley. Our corporate headquarters, Animal Medical Centre is an internationally accredited referral hospital.

Launch Of AMC 1997

Pets Have Feelings Too

Mission Statement

The purpose of our practice is to provide the finest quality of veterinary services in a caring atmosphere whilst serving our patients and our pet owners.

We will provide care by:

»Educating pet owners on the responsibility and health care needs of a pet.
»Meeting each pet’s individual needs while maintaining a professional and clean
»Providing quality care in an effective, courteous and expedient manner.
»Creating a healthy and positive working atmosphere.
»Updating and upgrading safety standards to meet the needs of patients and staff.
»Attending courses regularly to upgrade our clinical and communication skills.