We Love Pets

Our goal is to maintain high ethical standards for the health and welfare of our patients, to strengthen the bond between people and their pets, and to provide the most positive experience possible for our clients.


We are implementing curbside appointments until the AVMA tells us otherwise. Please text us at 317-451-6579 with a description of your vehicle and the name of your pet when you arrive for your appointment.
If you do not feel comfortable with texting you may call us at 317-271-3000. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!

Welcome to Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital Indianapolis, IN

Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital is a small animal clinic on the west side of Indianapolis, near Avon, that provides care for cats, dogs and some pocket pets.

Doctors Glasgo and Jackson are twin sisters whose father was a veterinarian. He passed away when the girls were only 5 years old. They decided, early in life, to follow in his footsteps and continue the family’s commitment to animal health. They attended Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated together in 2009. Owning a practice and working side-by-side was a lifelong goal for the sisters. In honor of their late father the practice became “Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital” in 2015.

About Our Founder
Dr. Charles E. Geckler

The practice was founded as "Geckler Veterinary Hospital" in March 1976 by Dr. Charles E. Geckler. With his loyal staff and dedicated doctors he helped provide excellent care throughout the years. With assurance of continuing an excellent standard of care, Dr. Geckler entrusted Doctors Jennifer Glasgo and Jessica Jackson with ownership of the practice in 2014. 

Dr. Geckler graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in June 1970. Prior to starting his own practice, he worked as an associate veterinarian for a small animal practice in Speedway, IN until December of 1975. He served as a board member and treasurer of Airport Animal Emergi-Center, and was a past president of the Central Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Geckler retired from practicing veterinary medicine in the summer of 2019.