Meet Our Staff
Dr. Jennifer Glasgo
Black & Snuggles
Dr. Jennifer Glasgo attended Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated with honors in 2009. Immediately following graduation, she began practicing in Milford, a small town in Northern Indiana. There, she had the opportunity to gain experience with a wide variety of large and small animal species.
Dr Glasgo enjoys practicing comprehensive small animal medicine with a special interest in diagnostics. She also enjoys surgery and dentistry.
Dr. Glasgo and her husband, David Brown, are both from Mooresville, IN. They have two daughters and one son: Allena (born in July 2013), Autumn (born in May 2016), and Dawson (born in August 2019). She also has two dogs: Daisy and Ferris, two cats: Snuggles and Dreamsicle, two goats: Capri and Virgo, and one mini horse named Mona Lisa. One day she hopes to have a hobby farm with a menagerie of her own.
Dr. Jes Jackson
Huckleberry & Penelope
Dr. Jes Jackson is a 2009 Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine Graduate. She practiced in southern Indiana for 4 years as a mixed animal practitioner. Her passions are soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. Bringing happiness to families through dedication to their pets is her foundation. By keeping excellence as her goal, she continues to provide the highest quality of care with compassion and a smile. She believes Confucius was right when he said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
When she is not busy at the office, she likes to spend time with her husband, Shad, and their children, Ellie, Kavin, and Keelan. They like to spend time outdoors playing, hiking, and jeep-ing. Huckleberry Finn (long-haired Chihuahua cross), 'Nelope (short-haired Chihuahua), Mac and Cheeze (guinea pigs), and Dude and Ditch (cats) are the members of her 4-legged family.
Dr. Tara Gunn
Dr. Tara Gunn is also a 2009 Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine Graduate and joined our team in early 2016 after practicing in southern Indiana.
She and her husband have three daughters, one son, two cats (Bitty and Chitty), and one dog named Hutch. Dr. Gunn sees dogs and cats, as well as exotic animals including guinea pigs, reptiles, birds, hedgehogs, ferrets, hamsters, and many many more!
Lynne began working as a veterinary assistant in 1982, and nearly 40 years later she continues to work in the veterinary field. As a child, Lynne knew her compassion for animals would last a lifetime. Lynne has a very outgoing cat named Arlo, who she adopted from a shelter. In her free time, Lynne enjoys the outdoors, many different hobbies, and all the simple things life has to offer.
Ashley graduated from the University of Southern Indiana in 2015 with a degree in social work. She soon discovered how she might bring her love of animals and people together by bringing social work skills to the veterinary world. Her love for animals began to bloom after rescuing a dog (Iggy) from an abandoned home in 2014. She then adopted her dog (Dixie Rae) and cat (Stevie) in 2015 and 2016. Ashley has created a pet loss company called Remembering Life Companions that focuses on mental health and grieving of pets . In her free time she loves spending time with her animals, traveling, and doing any outdoor activities. She joined the Glasgo team in July 2019 and is eager to share her love and passion for animals as part of our new team.