14th National Betta Competition
Dates: Daily (17 – 19 April)
Organised by the Betta Club Singapore, the 14th National Betta Competition will be back at PetExpo 2020! This year, the new Division W will see the introduction of wild type betta pairs. With over 800 tanks on display from an estimated 200 local and overseas participants, expect to see many forms and colour variations of the betta species in the competition classes for this show.
Division A: Longfin Singletail HM
10% of Total Entry Fee & Trophy
(Eg: 1010 Entries X $15 X 10% ~ SG$1515 Cash)
SGD100 & Trophy
Optional Grand Champion:
SGD200 & Trophy
Optional Division Champion:
SGD100 & Trophy
Class Winners (1st, 2nd, 3rd):
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Ms Lucia Meijer
As long as she can remember Lucia has felt a strong connection to animals. She worked as a volunteer at the Dolphin Research and Rescue Centre in Harderwijk in The Netherlands for three years. She also attended courses focused on Animal Assisted Activity and Therapy in the Netherlands.
In 2005 Lucia moved to Singapore and worked at the Singapore Zoological Gardens as the Conservation and Research Assistant for four years.
Since 2011 Lucia is working fuII-time as a Holistic Practitioner with the Veterinary team at the Animal Recovery Veterinary Referral Centre in Singapore now known as Doctors Beck and Stone.
In 2015 she became a Linking Awareness Journey Facilitator teaching a class on Animal Communication and Animal Consciousness.
Dr Anthony Beck
Dr Anthony Beck is the Chief Veterinary Officer and Co-Founder of Doctors Beck and Stone Limited which operate 20 veterinary hospitals in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.
He is a member of The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and has studied and practiced veterinary medicine for the past 23 years.
Dr Beck graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 1998, before undertaking further study into feline medicine, ophthalmology, ultrasonography and orthopedic surgery.
After practicing veterinary medicine in London and Hong Kong, he was invited to Beijing Guanshang Animal Hospital in 2006, having served at a neuter clinic in Thailand; a bear station in Chengdu, China; a malaria screening post in Guyana, Africa; and a rhino game conservation project in Namibia, Africa. He has extensive experience within the field of veterinary medicine and leads the charge in our stem cell research partnership.
As Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr Beck leads the clinical services and medical consultation to veterans across the group.