Veterinarian & Practice Owner (BVSc (Hons))
Dr. Garnett Hall possesses a Bachelors degree in Veterinary Science with Honours. He has over 14 years of experience in small animal, beef, dairy and equine veterinary services. He loves looking after all species of animals and enjoys all aspects of veterinary work, including emergency care, mobile services, farm animal work and complex equine surgeries.
During his career, Garnett 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. He recently completed an Army deployment to Kangaroo Island as part of Operation Bushfire Assist.
Garnett is also 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 our Military Working Dogs. He was also elected the Greyhounds As Pets (GAP) WA ambassador in 2019 and is the President-elect of the Australian Veterinary Association WA Division.
Veterinarian (BSc BVMS)
Following graduation, she worked in a mixed practice in Geraldton and gained valuable experience in all aspects of small animal practice, ranging from routine health checks and surgeries to medical cases and emergency work. She loves the variety her career as a vet brings.
Helen also loves all things Labrador, especially her choccy lab Hugo!
Outside of work Helen enjoys riding horses and swimming, having recently completed the Rottnest Channel Swim as part of a team.
Veterinarian (BSc BVMS)
Neeta grew up in Perth and graduated with a BSc BVMS from Murdoch University in 1999. As the student voted “most unlikely to go into large animal practice” she was assured when moved to Kalgoorlie for her first job that it was a small animal position, even though the clinic was mixed practice. As a result, she accidentally became a horse Vet, with significant time spent as the Vet on course at the races and the trots; a one-year stint in Kalgoorlie ended up being 7 years.
She left Kalgoorlie to return to Perth in 2007, focussed on the original plan of working as a small animal vet.
She has now been practising for over 21 years and feels so blessed to still love her job. Every day is different and often challenging, but always rewarding. She particularly enjoys soft tissue surgery and strives to ensure her patients have quicker recovery times, making life easier for you and your pets.
Registered Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)
Holly is the head nurse at Fremantle Animal Hospital. She holds a Certificate III in Animal Studies and a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
Holly has had experience with multiple animals including kangaroos, alpacas, horses, dogs and cats.
Holly plans on completing a Diploma of Veterinary Nursing later this year and is constantly looking for opportunities to further develop her skills and knowledge.
She enjoys all aspects of nursing including scrubbing into surgeries to help the vets, and being able to help all the pets in the clinic feel as comfortable and happy as possible during their stay. She has a keen interest in emergencies and emergency surgeries.