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Jill Bair DVM

Dr. Jill grew up on a dairy farm in eastern Pennsylvania. She knew from a very young age that not being a veterinarian was not an option. An early admission to Purdue Veterinary School brought her to Indiana in 1999 and she has never left. She practiced in a mixed animal practice in Danville IN from 2003 to 2008, then moved to a Danville IL practice from 2008 to 2013. She decided it was time to start her own practice. In her spare time she rides horses and shows in the American Ranch Horse Association Circut. She is married and has a son. Her pets include 2 cats, Sara and Lil Black, and 2 dogs, Cody and Powder. In addition, there are 3 horses and a herd of angus cattle to tend to.

Educational background

BS in Animal Biosciences from PennState in 2000

DVM from Purdue University in 2003

Dentistry and Dermatology are special interest areas.

Ethan Wise, Hospital Manager

Ethan Wise, Hospital Manager

Ethan has been in the small animal veterinary field for over 35 years. He started assisting and has gradually added to his repertoire until he became an official hospital manager in 2001. Ethan comes to WEA after working most of his career in Danville, Illinois.

He and his wife Kimberly (who is also in the pet care field) currently share their home with 1 Yorhshire Terries (diabetic), 1 chinchilla, numerous saltwater fish, and his wonderfully sweet bearded dragon... Babs!

Ethan loves working with patients and clients alike... if you have a question/concern/comment/or compliment... give him a call!

Educational background

Attended Cedar Valley Community College, Dallas Tx.

Received Veterinary Assistant Certification through Cedar Valley and the American Animal Hospital Association in 2000.

Sherryl Miller, Client Service Representative

Sherryl started her career in the small animal veterinary field with WEA shortly after we opened. She is originally from Florida but moved to Indiana to attend Purdue University. Throughout her time in college, Sherryl had a chance to work as a research assistant and animal caretaker. She looked after research animals, blood donors, and zoo animals. In the near future, she plans on attending vet school to further her career in the field. Sherryl is a proud Purdue alum and an avid reader. She loves to cook, exercise, travel, and play sports. She also likes to spend time with her family, friends, and her two pets; a chinchilla named Betty and a guinea pig named Morgan. Sherryl enjoys assisting the needs of the clients and their pets.

She will be working alongside the doctor to guarantee the best possible care for each patient.

Educational background

Graduated Purdue University in 2013 with a Bachelor's degree in Animal Sciences and minors in Biological Sciences and Wildlife Sciences