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Harry Cooper (veterinarian)

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Harry Cooper
Harry Leonard Cooper

(1944-02-20) 20 February 1944 (age 78)
Other namesDr. Harry
OccupationVeterinary surgeon, television personality
Known for

Harry Leonard Cooper, OAM (born 20 February 1944), is an Australian veterinarian and television personality who is best known for his media appearances.


Harry Cooper graduated with second class honours from Sydney University’s Faculty of Veterinary Science in December 1965, at age 21.[1] He practised for several years across Sydney and the UK before his burgeoning media career became a full-time commitment. Harry Cooper began his media career in a veterinary segment on a morning TV talk show in Sydney. Later he became known as the resident veterinary surgeon on the long-running series Burke's Backyard. In 1993, he hosted his first series, Talk to the Animals and then, in 1997, the veterinary series Harry's Practice, which was cancelled in 2003 despite consistently high ratings. Cooper currently presents a veterinary segment on the lifestyle program Better Homes and Gardens. He is also an animal welfare advocate and public speaker.

Personal life

It was revealed that Cooper had been diagnosed with prostate cancer in late 2007; after more than six months of treatment, he is in remission and continuing his work role on TV.

Cooper believes Australia should become a republic.[2][3]

In March 2012, he revealed that he had split from Janine Morganti, his wife of 26 years.[4] Cooper has three children and five grandchildren.


  1. ^ "Dr Harry".
  2. ^ IAN PATTIE (26 September 1999). "Harry's identity crisis". The Examiner.
  3. ^ "TV vet Harry Cooper thinks the Queen is a 'lovely lady' but Australia needs to cut the ties". NewsComAu. 8 June 2014. Retrieved 7 August 2020.
  4. ^

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