Dr. Lin has always been passionate about taking care of animals from an early age. Being born and raised in Taiwan, she had been exposed to many animals growing up, developing strong compassion towards animals. She began externing back in 2011 at small animal hospitals and at Taipei Zoo, where she gained experience not only with small animals but with exotic animals as well. Dr. Lin worked in an exotic pet clinic after getting her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree, and developed a strong love for exotic pets, especially hamsters and other rodents. In 2021, Dr. Lin enrolled in The Program for the Assessment of Veterinary Education Equivalence (PAVE®) and came to the United States of America to get trained further to become a better doctor for animals. She spent one year training in the animal hospital of University of Missouri.
PAVE Certificate: University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
DVM: National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Professional accomplishments (publications, research, etc.):
Left Displacement of Abomasum in a Dairy Cow. 2015, Annual NCYU Clinical Conference. Chiayi, Taiwan
Cystolithiasis in Canis lupus occidentalis. 2014, Annual NCYU Clinical Conference. Chiayi, Taiwan
Clinical Interests: General practice, Exotic pet care
Keeping your pets healthy for a lifetime.
As your doctor, I’m honored to have your trust in taking care of your furry friends. My goal is to provide you with the medical expertise I’ve gained from years of veterinary training worldwide so that you can make the best decision for you and your loved ones.
Outside of the veterinary hospital, Dr. Lin loves to cook foods of all cultures. Her specialty is in East Asian cuisine, and has a soft spot for Japanese foods, particularly takoyaki. She also loves to travel and would love to visit every country in the world one day.