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 resides in rural Plain City with his wife and three sons along with the family’s two cats, bearded dragon lizard and flock of chickens. In his free time, Dr. Lynn enjoys playing hockey and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Hollie Connell, DVM
Dr. Hollie Connell joined the team at the Plain City Animal Hospital in the spring of 2011 after working for five years at a large and small animal clinic in Kenton, Ohio. She earned a degree in biology from Lake Erie College prior to graduating from The Ohio State University in 2006 with a doctorate degree from the College of Veterinary Medicine. As a veterinarian, Dr. Connell is especially interested in internal medicine, ophthalmology and behavior. She is a native of northeastern Ohio, where she grew up riding and showing horses. The veterinarian currently lives in Columbus with her husband, two cats, one dog and Milton, a Peach-Faced Lovebird. Dr. Connell enjoys riding and showing dressage with her Arabian horse, Simon.
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.