Dr Garnett Hall, BVSc (Hons), is a local veterinary surgeon with 15 years of experience in small animal, dairy, beef and equine veterinary services. He loves looking after all species of animals and enjoys all types of veterinary work, including emergency care, mobile services, farm animal work and complex equine surgeries.
During his career he has worked across Australia and overseas with all species of animals. He has also participated in humanitarian assistance veterinary work in East Timor and many remote areas of Australia.
Garnett possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science with Honours, an Advanced Diploma of Military Operations Management, a Diploma of Government (Management), a Diploma of Personnel and Operations Management, and a Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management).
Garnett is President of the Australian Veterinary Association WA Division and holds positions on the WA Committee for Animal Welfare in Emergencies, and the Murdoch University School of Veterinary Science Curriculum Committee.
He is a graduate of the Royal Military College – Duntroon and is a commissioned officer in the Australian Defence Force holding the rank of Captain. He has served on Operations both domestic and overseas and continues to serve in the Army Reserve where he looks after the Army’s Military Working Dogs. Notably, he was a 2006 recipient of the Royal Military College’s Foreign Academies Exchange Program, the 2008 Australian Cattle Vets Rural Practice Scholarship, the 2011 recipient of the Australian Defence Force’s Prince of Wales award, and 2019 & 2020 Greyhounds As Pets (GAP) WA Ambassador.
Garnett and his wife Sally (also a vet) live in Fremantle with their three kids, two cats, one dog, and many chickens.