Dr.Anna Y. Chan DVM
Dr. Anna Y. Chan is the primary veterinarian at Abraham Veterinary Clinic and has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1989. The practice owner since 1997, Dr. Chan has continued to offer and enhance the compassionate case that Dr. Robert Abraham, the founding veterinarian, provided his clients for twenty years.
Dr. Chan focuses on providing primary care to dogs and cats and has developed extensive experience in treating geriatric pets. Dr. Chan also practices traditional Chinese medical techniques such as acupuncture. Dr. Chan emphasizes spending time with clients, talking about the details of their pet's medical needs and condition.
Before taking over fully for Dr. Abraham, Dr. Chan worked as a relief veterinarian at Abraham Veterinary Clinic as well as other clinics in the Austin area for six years. Prior to her experiences in Austin, Dr, Chan practiced for two years in Las Vegas, NV and provided veterinary care to such notables as Jerry Lewis and David Copperfield. Dr. Chan received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University.
Dr. Chan and her husband Ben stay busy with their two boys, Reece and Jaden. When they have a reprieve from acting as chauffers to kids' soccer and lacrosse games, you might find them walking their two dogs - a Welsh Pembroke corgi 'Boomer' and newly adopted chihuahua mix 'Agedashi Tofu Mango' along the trails in the Mueller development.
Jen discovered her love for the veterinary industry through working at Abraham Vet Clinic since January of 2009. She has a degree in Mathematics and Education from Texas A&M and spends most of her free time playing soccer on women's and co-ed indoor and outdoor leagues. When she is at home, Jen spends time with her two 'big-boned' cats, Kali (yes, she's a Calico) and Rooney.
Drew has been with Abraham Veterinary Clinic since early 2014. He enjoys handling the patients and monitoring anesthesia for surgeries. When he is not at the clinic, he is playing trivia around town or hanging out with his orange cat Baxter.