Jeffrey Miller, DVM, Medical Director


Dr. Jeffrey Miller has been a practicing Veterinarian since 1979, and established the Charles County Veterinary Hospital in Waldorf, Maryland in 1983.

Originally from New York, Dr. Miller relocated to Maryland in 1981, and worked for veterinary practices in Mitchellville, Prince Frederick, and Indian Head prior to establishing Charles County Veterinary Hospital.

His kind and compassionate bedside manner have attracted clients from as far as Northern Virginia and Baltimore. Quality preventive care and pain management are both priorities in addition to thorough diagnostic medicine. Dr. Miller is very experienced in a wide range of veterinary talents, from routine dental procedures and cat declaws to flea/tick prevention and general surgery.

Passions that Dr. Miller enjoys outside of the hospital include golf, drums, and baseball, just to name a few.

As of April 2018, Dr. Miller and his team have merged with Waldorf Animal Clinic. We are excited about this transition, and are confident that we will continue to provide exceptional patient care and client service.


Cynthia Harre, DVM

vets_harreDr. 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.


Kysha Britford-Moore, DVM

Dr. Kysha Britford-Moore is a native of the Washington, D.C. and Maryland area. Dr. Moore graduated from Allen University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1997. Dr. Moore attended Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine and gained her doctorate in 2002.  After graduation, Dr. Britford-Moore moved to Las Vegas, NV where she practiced general small animal medicine for 13 years. In 2015 Dr. Britford-Moore returned home with her husband, children and her yorkie, Nivea.  Dr. Moore has recently added a new member to her family, “Maddie,” a shepherd mix.  Dr. Moore is excited to join Waldorf Animal Clinic and is delighted to provide the very best care to your furry family member.