Dr. Chad Hall, DVM
Chad W. Hall was born in Mt. Clemens, Michigan to a large family of 10 brothers and sisters. He was raised in Indiana and graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. Shortly after graduation, Dr. Hall moved to Tampa and started practicing at Dale Mabry Animal Hospital.
He was the owner of Dale Mabry Animal Hospital for 24 years before moving to Animal Doctors of South Tampa in April 2011. Dr. Hall enjoys living and practicing in the South Tampa community.
Dr. Hall has two beautiful daughters, Madison and Mallory. When he is not in the office, Dr. Hall enjoys traveling, tennis, sporting events, concerts, and movies. He has a canine companion named Griffin that runs the house.
Dr. Christina Lynch, DVM
When she is not at the clinic, Dr. Lynch is a busy mom to her sons, Tyler and Justin. She also has 2 dogs Lizzie and Fiona. Dr. Lynch also enjoys traveling, attending local events, watching football, sewing and embroidery.
Dr. Kendall Putnam, DVM
Dr. Kendall Putnam was born in Columbus, Ohio but was raised as a Florida girl. She grew up in South Florida where her love for animals started with her pet Chinchillas. Dr. Putnam played college volleyball for the University of Tampa where she achieved her Bachelor’s degree in Biology. She took off for the island of St Kitts to accomplish her dream of becoming a Veterinarian at Ross University.
After enjoying almost three years on the island, she finished her final year of Vet School at another UT, University of Tennessee. Dr. Putnam was eager to make it back to Tampa where she now lives with her rabbit Bun Bun and perfect puppy Marsha.
Dr. Mallory Howes, DVM
Dr. Howes joined the Animal Doctors of South Tampa team as a full-time veterinarian in July of 2020. She grew up in DeKalb, IL and for as long as she can remember has wanted to become a veterinarian to help animals and their families. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Illinois and she earned her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2019. Dr. Howes has a dog named Bear. She enjoys running with Bear, boating, and time spent with family and friends.