Fortunately, there was an unexpected light at the end of the tunnel. Dr. Mei Yam happened upon Dr. Tom's work and stumbled into this practice in 2018. Having started to practice three years prior, she was curious and interested to learn about whole food diets for pets, which had been significantly growing in popularity in recent years. Yet, like most traditional vets, she advised against it. Partly because the training said so, and in reality there being little shared clinical experience to learn from.
Although confronting at first, the unconventional clinical experience and approach, the transformation of numerous cases and the testimonials from satisfied clients slowly started to sink in and inspire Mei. What meant a lot to her was his unwavering belief in doing the right thing for animls no matter the push back from the crictics and naysayers. In essence, the clinic always considered and treated animals as animals, the benefits and outcomes that all dogs and cats returning to nature's best was evident every single day.
Mei had also had her fair share of the frustrations of preventing and treating recurring periodontal disease. After experiencing first hand the impact of the Raw Meaty Bones diet, it was clear as day what was best for the animals. At it's very core, Bligh Park Pet Health Centre represented the next evolution or 'de-volution' of pet care. Always in the clients and furry patients' best interest, the Advocavy and Truths of RMB have been the cornerstone of this.
In all of this, presently and even going back to the moment she first stepped into this practice, she was never going to turn her back on the animals. Knowing the challenges of this currently narrow discipline, but appreciating that our animals truly deserve better, Mei officially took over Bligh Park Pet Health Centre in October of 2020. She is supremely determined to carry the torch for Tom and his lifes' work to share the vision and education of Raw Meaty Bones to as many people and future generations as possible.