Emily Hall
Hello, my name is

Dr. Emily Hall


Professional information

  • Veterinarian, DVM
About Vet

I graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, on the island of St. Kitts, where I did conservation research working with sea turtles and vervet monkeys while attending school. After years of small animal practice I became the Staff Veterinarian at Coral World Ocean Park working a variety of animals including sea lions, bottlenose dolphins, and a variety of other animals. While working closely with animal trainers, it was inspiring to see how animals can be empowered to be part of their own medical care and how integral mental health is to overall health in animals.

I moved back to be with family and take on small animal medicine with a new perspective on what all truly encompasses the responsibilities of veterinary medicine in regards to our ultimate goal of providing the best lives realistically possible for the animals in our care.

I strongly believe that an increased understanding and application of animal behavior and cognition, as well as veterinary canine rehabilitation therapy, in combination with traditional medicine is crucial to providing the level of care we are all seeking to give our beloved animals.

In addition to being a Certified Fear Free Professional, I am a member of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, and a member of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians.

I’m a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) that is both a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (CCRT) through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute (CRI) and a Certified Professional Animal Trainer- Knowledge Assessed (CPAT-KA) through the International Animal Trainers Certification Board (IATCB).

It is my passion to improve animal lives with behavioral therapy and help with better recoveries post-surgery, management of chronic health conditions such as osteoarthritis, conditioning for prevention of injuries, and more with physical rehab. I love getting to share a more holistic approach to veterinary medicine with the Tulsa community that I loves so much!

Note: Oklahoma Veterinary Practice Act does not permit prescribing of medication without having been seen in person by a licensed veterinarian. While I am fully licensed both as a veterinarian in this state and to prescribe controlled substances, I will not be able to provide a prescription for any medication if we are not able to meet in person.

  • Collinsville, OK, US
Spoken languages
  • English
Species treated
  • Dogs (Canine)
  • Birds (Avian)
  • Cats (Feline)
Areas of interest
  • End of life/Hospice care
  • Behavior
  • Sports Medicine
  • Animal Welfare
  • Alternative Medicine
  • Oklahoma, US
  • Consult on diet, nutrition & exercise
  • Consult on general health & wellness
  • Consult on behavioral issues
  • Navigating nutrition from the new baby to the senior pet
  • Optimizing your new puppy or kitten experience
  • Tips and tricks on pet grooming techniques
  • Pet training, house training and litter box training