MEET OUR DOCTORS
Dr. Daniel A. Lynn, DVM
By the time he was eight years old, Daniel Lynn knew what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. In 1992, he saw that dream become a reality as he graduated with a doctorate degree in veterinary medicine from The Ohio State University. After serving as an associate veterinarian at the Plain City Animal Hospital for four years, Dr. Lynn purchased the practice in 1996. In addition to caring for thousands of pets in the growing practice, Dr. Lynn has served as the president of the Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine. A native of Central Ohio, the veterinarian and his wife Resa have three sons and reside in rural Plain City. The Lynn family’s pets include two cats, a bearded dragon lizard named Steve and a flock of chickens. In his free time, Dr. Lynn enjoys playing hockey and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Becky Chapman, DVM
Dr. Becky Chapman grew up in Columbia Station, a small town outside of Cleveland, Ohio. Raised in a large family with four siblings, she was actively involved in 4-H. After earning a degree in animal sciences from The Ohio State University, she attended the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine with a mixed animal focus and graduated in 2015. Dr. Chapman worked as a relief veterinarian at more than 40 clinics around the central Ohio area before joining the team at the Plain City Animal Hospital in 2017. One of her special areas of focus is oral healthcare for pets. Dr. Chapman and her husband have an Australian Shepherd, a Maine Coon cat, three goldfish and a gecko named Hamlet. The Chapmans are actively involved in their church, leading both a college and high school Bible study, and enjoy backpacking, snowboarding and world travel. Dr. Chapman also enjoys playing the piano and guitar and singing.
Dr. Jamie Miller, DVM
Dr. Jamie Miller joined the team at the Plain City Animal Hospital in the fall of 2017 after working for several years as a relief veterinarian. Raised in Mississippi, Dr. Miller inherited her love of animals from her father, who was known for bringing home unusual pets ranging from an emu that loved to hang out at their pool to a pot-bellied pig who had outgrown someone else’s home. “One year we had about 50 piglets all born within a few days of Christmas,” said Dr. Miller. “We cut up all of our socks to make ‘sweaters’ for them. Mom wasn’t very happy with us.” After completing her undergraduate work at William Carey University, Dr. Miller went on to earn her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Mississippi State University in 2007. After working as a veterinarian in Alabama, she transferred to a clinic in Springfield, Ohio, so her husband could complete his internship/residency program in veterinary ophthalmology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Miller lives in Grove City with her husband, two children, Hank the dog and Sonic Orange the cat. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, biking, bird watching and visiting the National Parks. As a veterinarian, Dr. Miller especially enjoys teaching clients to care for their new puppies and kittens as well as helping older pets have the best possible quality of life.
Dr. Nicole Muehl, DVM
Dr. Nicole Muehl dressed up as a veterinarian for career day in first grade and pursued that dream for the next two decades. She remained in her hometown of Findlay, Ohio, to attend the University of Findlay where she earned an animal science degree. Her dream came true when she graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2021. Dr. Muehl joined the team at the Plain City Animal Hospital shortly after graduation. She enjoys the variety of cases that general practice offers as each day is different. Dr. Muehl is engaged to be married in the fall of 2021. She plans to grow her family even more by adding a pet or two after the wedding. Dr. Muehl enjoys working out, playing and watching sports, being outdoors, traveling and spending time with family and friends.