Cynthia Harre, DVM, Medical Director
Dr. Cynthia Harre is a 1995 graduate of the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. During school, she was able to spend time rehabilitating domestic wildlife for the school’s Wildlife Support Group, as well as work with exotic wildlife at the Birmingham Zoo and the Marine Life Oceanarium.
It was also during veterinary school that she married her husband Andrew. Dr. Harre spent ten years working at Radford Animal Hospital in Virginia before opening her own practice in Roanoke, Virginia. During that time, her family grew to include a daughter and a son. After selling the Roanoke practice, she moved with her family to Maryland to become the Medical Director at Coolridge Animal Hospital. They brought with them a menagerie that included dogs, cats, hamsters, gerbils, snakes, lizards, tortoises, fish, and other assorted creatures. A few years later, the family grew again, adding another son. Dr. Harre has now joined Waldorf Animal Clinic. She will see exotics, along with cats and dogs, of course!
Monica Kinney, DVM
Dr. Monica Kinney was born and raised in Washington, DC. She attended the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) where she received her bachelor’s degree in General Agriculture with an emphasis in animal science in 1995. She remained at UMES for an additional two years as a graduate student in the Food and Agricultural Sciences Master’s degree program. In 2002, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health. Dr. Kinney has had the amazing opportunity to practice veterinary medicine in many states throughout the country, while traveling with her husband who is an Officer in the US Army. Dr. Kinney is the proud mother of two little girls and one little boy. Her four-legged children include a Boston Terrier and an Old English Bulldog. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling and sewing.
Kristal Southern, DVM, MPH
Dr. Kristal Southern is a General Practitioner who has been a member of the Waldorf Animal Clinic’s medical team since 2006.
Originally from Michigan, Dr. Southern says that her initial impulse to become a veterinarian came at age 4 after losing a beloved black Lab, Dee Dee, to cancer.
For her undergraduate studies, Dr. Southern attended Tuskegee University from which she received a Bachelor of Science in Animal and Poultry Science in 2001. In 2005, she graduated with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Additionally, she has a Master of Public Health in Informatics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Southern is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association and is USDA accredited.
Dr. Southern’s areas of special professional interest include zoonotic disease and public health, nutrition and integrative medicine, and veterinary informatics. At home, she has 2 cats, Bruce Leroy and Simon. Dr. Southern’s interests include golf, cycling, cooking and baking, travel and Latin dance.