Dr. Hall grew up with two older brothers and her parents in northern Nevada on the backside of Lake Tahoe in the Sierra. Her family participated in 4H where they raised pigs, chickens, and mini horses. This quickly led to a love of all animals. Dr. Hall began riding horses at 12 years of age and this quickly became her passion. She then moved to Pebble Beach, California to continue her training in Three-Day Equestrian Triathlons while in High School.

Dr. Hall attended Colorado State University Veterinary School in Fort Collins, Colorado. While in veterinary school she spent her time hiking many of the high peaks in Colorado. During this time she also traveled to Central America and Mexico to hike numerous volcanoes.

An opportunity in veterinary school-led Dr. Hall to participate in a project with the USDA to perform an epidemiological study in horses and cattle in Central America. While in Central America she volunteered at a wildlife rescue in Guatemala. Her involvement with these international projects has enabled her to experience other cultures and different husbandry practices for various animals.

After veterinary school, Dr. Hall returned to Nevada and California region to practice small animal medicine. She transitioned to working at AV Veterinary Center and All Creatures Veterinary Center 3 years ago to learn more about emergency medicine. The exposure to emergency medicine allowed her to enhance her current medical and surgical training. Dr. Hall joined the team at Canyon Country Veterinary Hospital in May of 2019 as their full-time veterinarian.

Dr. Hall currently shares her home with her senior dog “Jet”, a feisty cat named “Walt”, and a gentle giant horse. When she is not helping all the pets of Santa Clarita, you might find Dr. Hall hiking the trails in Southern California!