Meet our staff

Dr. Jennifer Glasgo
Black & Snuggles

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r. 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
Huckleberry

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r. . 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
Posie


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.


Front Office Staff


Jack

Lynne began working as a veterinary assistant in 1982 and nearly 35 years later she continues to work in the veterinary field. As a child, Lynne knew her compassion for animals would last a lifetime. Lynne and her husband have two cats, Grady and Arlo, they were both adopted from shelters. In her free time, Lynne enjoys the outdoors, many different hobbies, and all the simple things life has to offer.


Caesar

Amber graduated from high school in 1982, and she started working for Dr. Geckler in 1988. She now works for Dr. Glasgo and Dr. Jackson. Amber has seven cats, two dogs, and a rabbit.


Denzel

Michelle graduated from Martinsville High School in 2011 and studied biology at IUPUI until 2014, when she became a receptionist here at Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital. She has had a profound love for animals her entire life and always knew she would end up working with them. She has two black lab mixes (Denzel and Mozzy), two cats (Allie and Cow), and a gold fish named Ferris. When Michelle isn’t at work, she enjoys snuggling her dogs, hosting board game nights, and trying to persuade her fiancé to adopt another pet.


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Silvia has been with Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital since December of 2016. Silvia knew at a young age she wanted to help care for animals, and she is so humbled to be able to work for such amazing doctors. Silvia and her husband have a cat named Sulu, who loves to play and be pet constantly! Although they only have one cat now, they hope to have more animals in the years to come.


Raindrop

Spencer started working at Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital in 2014. She has always had an intense love for animals and a fascination for both them and the medical field. She graduated with academic honors, in the top 30 of her class, from Ben Davis High School. She is currently attending school to become a veterinary technician. “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” -Confucius


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Heather was first inspired to work with animals after working with Dr. Brenda Bush when she was 14 at Island Veterinary Service. She then got her associate degree in veterinary technology from Harrison College in 2011. Together, she and her fiancé have 7 wonderful pets and 6 amazing children. While they don’t plan to increase the number of children, the number of pets is always open according to Heather. She believes she has found her home at Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital and plans to stay and grow with these amazing doctors and staff.

Back Office Staff


Trigger

Growing up, Kristin developed a passion for animals and watching her grandmother volunteer at the Floyd County Humane Society in New Albany, IN. Her family moved to Indianapolis in 1996. She graduated from Ben Davis High School in 1998 and started her career at Geckler Veterinary Hospital shortly thereafter. Kristin and her husband, Josh, live in Jamestown with their two sons, Kaden and Carter. They also have a family dog named Trigger. When they are not working or at sporting events, they enjoy spending time outdoors.


Kissi

Kayla is originally from Quincy, Illinois and moved to Indiana with her family in 2011. She started out as a kennel assistant/ veterinary assistant in 2007 and has been working in clinics ever since. She graduated from Johnwood Community College in Quincy in 2005 with an Associate of Science (going toward being a veterinarian) but then changed course to be a veterinary technician. In 2010, she graduated through Penn Foster College with another Associate of Science as a veterinary technician. She then became a registered veterinary technician in 2011. Kayla started working for Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital in 2012 (when it was still Geckler Veterinary Hospital). She is married, has two kids, and a yorkie named Kissi. She enjoys finding new things to make or cook on Pinterest, being outdoors, and gardening.


Pepper

Tiffany started out with Dr. Geckler back in 2012 as an intern for her technical honors high school diploma from Ben Davis University High School. She graduated in 2012 with both her technical honors high school diploma and an associate degree of general science. After that, she went on to Harrison College to pursue a degree in veterinary technology, and started working at the Indianapolis Zoo as a guest experience team member. She graduated from Harrison College after finishing her vet tech externship with Dr. Geckler in 2014, and has been with Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital ever since. In her free time, Tiffany still works for the Indianapolis Zoo in the guest experience department, dabbles in photography, and loves spending time with her boyfriend and her two dogs, Pepper (miniature schnauzer) and Sally (pitbull mix).

Sean was born and raised in Indiana and graduated from Ben Davis High School with a Core 40 diploma. It wasn’t until 2013 that he decided to pursue his passion for animals by attending Harrison College and completing their associated degree program in veterinary technology. Sean started out at Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital as an extern and was hired shortly thereafter. He enjoys spending his spare time with his daughter, playing with his African Grey parrot, going to the gym, and playing videogames.


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Our Facility

Exterior

Lobby

Lobby

Front Desk

Front Hallway

Cat/Small Dog Exam Room

Cat/Small Dog Exam Room

Large Dog Exam Room

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Treatment Room

Food Storage

Dog Ward

Our Mission

The Doctors and staff of Glasgo Memorial Veterinary Hospital are committed to providing a personal approach in comprehensive care for our patients.

We will inform and educate you about the best care available for your pet in any given situation and support whatever decision you choose to make for your pet's well-being. 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.