Dr. Gary Beall
Dr. Beall received his Bachelor’s degree in microbiology as well as his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University. He is a member of the AVMA, OVMA, MVVMA, CVM and the Lions Club and Knights of Columbus. He has been married to his wife Julie for over 30 years and they have 2 children, Nicole and Chip. Dr. Beall has practiced veterinary medicine and lived in Springboro for over 30 years, and attends St. Mary’s Church in Franklin and Southbrook Church in Washington Township. He loves being a Springboro veterinarian. He drew plans to his veterinary hospital in second grade!
Dr. Gary James Beall (Dr. Chip)
Born and raised in Springboro, this young man is returning home after 10 plus years of higher education. Dr. Gary James Beall better known now as Dr. Chip will join his father Dr. Gary Beall at Springboro Veterinary Hospital starting June of 2018.
Dr. Chip is truly a hometown boy. He was born at Kettering Hospital and was brought home to his parent’s residence on the Historic South Main Street. He and his sister Nicole spent all 12 years in the Springboro School System. He credits his education in Springboro as helping him achieve his dream of being a veterinarian. He speaks fondly of the Springboro schools, the teachers and his coaches. It is one of the reasons he is returning.
Dr. Chip was active in football and wrestled 12 years for the Springboro Schools. He served as captain of both the football and the wrestling teams. He was a state wrestling qualifier several years. According to Dr. Chip wrestling taught him self-discipline and dedication, both which helped him get through the rigorous and challenging years of veterinary school. “Veterinary School was demanding, extremely difficult, but to be at one of the top veterinary facilities in the world was extremely interesting but more than that it was an honor. I never took that for granted”
After graduating from high school, Dr. Chip attended the University of Tennessee, where he earned a business degree in supply chain management and marketing. During his time at Tennessee, he knew deep in his soul he wanted to be a veterinarian. When he graduated from Tennessee, he began the long journey of taking science courses allowing him the opportunity to apply for veterinary school. In 2014 he was accepted in The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, one of the top 5 veterinary schools in the country and one of the most competitive admission processes in the world.
Chip loves his family, his dog Dusty and is looking forward to raising his family in Springboro, Ohio. Welcome home, Dr. Chip! Springboro is going to love you as a veterinarian! We wish you much success and lots of wet kisses from our local four-legged population!