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: Allena (born in July 2013), and Autumn (born in May 2016). She also has two dogs: Jobediah 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
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), Bia (red tick coonhound), Yoshi Von Fuzz Nugget (bunny), Weeble-Wobble Caramel Sundae (guinea pig), and Wiggi (cat) are the members of her 4-legged family.
Dr. Charles E. Geckler
Dr. Charles E. Geckler graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in June 1970. He worked as an associate veterinarian for a small animal practice in Speedway, IN until December of 1975. He built and opened his own private practice, Geckler Veterinary Hospital, in March 1976. He has served as a board member and treasurer of Airport Animal Emergi-Center, and was a past president of the Central Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.