Dr. Garrett Stewart
Dr. Garrett Stewart grew up in Washington County and was very active showing livestock in 4H and FFA at both the state and national levels. Dr. Stewart has been with Washington Veterinary Clinic since 2011. He is no stranger to the club calf business and brings 15+ years of cow/calf production experience to the table. Garrett specializes in embryo transfer and reproductive management work and offers both InVitro and conventional flushing technologies. Garrett graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor in Animal Science in 2006. Before acceptance to Veterinary School he worked heavily in swine medicine for Elanco Animal Health, Smithfield Foods and Tyson Foods. He completed his DVM from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011, preparing him for an extensive career in mixed animal medicine. Dr. Garrett and his wife, Stevie, were recently married and reside in Washington, KS with their 5 dogs, 2 cats, 2 goats, 3 horses and mini donkey. In their spare time they enjoy hunting, fishing, traveling, K-State football and cooking. Dr. Garrett looks forward to serving you and helping with both your small and large animal veterinary needs!
Dr. Emily Murray
Dr. Emily Murray grew up on a small family farm in Loudoun County, Virginia where she spent her childhood raising and showing cattle, hogs, and goats in the 4-H and FFA. Dr. Murray was also very involved in the American Angus Association and traveled all over the country showing with her family. Her agricultural background and passion for the beef industry lead her to attend Virginia Tech where she earned her undergraduate degrees in Biology and Animal and Poultry Sciences. Shortly after graduating from veterinary school in May 2016, she joined our practice WVC. Having an extensive background in agriculture makes her a great fit for the beef operators in our region. Dr. Murray is a proud member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners and the Society for Theriogenology and has a strong interest in Embryo Transfer and Bovine Medicine. In her free time, Dr. Murray enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including fishing, camping, hiking, kayaking and playing fetch with her rescue dog, Jeter.