Dr. Current grew up on the farm where he, his wife, and seven children live today. He has always had an interest in animals, raising cattle and horses growing up. He went to the Ohio State University as an undergraduate and was one of the few students to be accepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine as a junior. He graduated with honors in 1989 with his doctorate degree in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Current has written and published various articles on veterinary care for both lay and professional veterinary magazines.
Dr. Current married his wife, who is also a veterinarian. He traveled to California and Arizona to gain training before returning to Ohio to work with a large multi-doctor practice in Ashland for four years.
Dr. Current began the Community Veterinary Clinic in 1992, in Sidney. He is an organized and meticulous man with a mind for details. He thrives on a fast pace and multiple tasks. As a Christian man, he has a deep commitment to the local church, and his faith spills over in his professional life with the highest level of care, compassion, and integrity. Though responsibilities at work are many, his priority is his wife and children. Dr. Current’s wife home schools their children on a family farm. The number of children along with the farm setting provide a wonderful dynamic for his family.
Dr. Current’s family has farmed for generations. He, his father, and sons farm a large number of acres and still raise angus cows and a few horses. Though seemingly always busy with some new project, Dr. Current’s hobbies are farming and woodworking. He does grain farm but especially enjoys raising cattle, some of which are recognized nationally as some of the best in breed. He jokes that his woodworking skills are no more than knowing how to drive a 16p nail (which was true at one time). He has made the cabinets and trim at the offices as well as the entire kitchen and other furniture pieces at his home.
As a veterinarian, Dr. Current most enjoys difficult cases and working with people. He will often tell a frustrated client “if you will work with me step by step, we can get to the bottom of any health problem.”
Though he often tells he was not a “people person,” he quickly admits he has become one and enjoys our clients as much as his patients.
Dr. Current’s heart is to care for his faith, his family, and the people who trust their pets to him.
Dr. Jennifer Gerber is a 2014 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to veterinary school, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from Wright State University. She worked in mixed animal practice for one year before joining Community Veterinary Clinic.
She met her husband, Sean during her time at Wright State. He is a graduate of Wilmington College and currently owns his own Pioneer seed business. They reside in Greenville, Ohio with their daughter, Emma.
She grew up on a pig and turkey farm near Rossburg, Ohio. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and running.
Dr. Laura Jackson received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University in 2011. She had previously graduated from Michigan State University in 2007 with a B. S. in zoology.
Dr. Jackson lives in Columbus, OH with her husband, Kenneth, and their dog, Jordan. Kenneth attended graduate school at The Ohio State University and now works for the university as a computer programmer. They enjoy traveling and are involved in their local church. Dr. Jackson is also an avid runner.
Dr. Jackson grew up in northern Alabama and made the decision to become a veterinarian at a young age. Her first job after graduating veterinary school was in St. Clairsville, OH at a busy animal hospital where she saw both routine appointments and emergency cases.
She and her husband then moved to northern Virginia, and she worked at suburban small animal clinic. After a few years, they decided to move back to Ohio, and Dr. Jackson started working at Community Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Jackson enjoys forming long term relationships with clients and helping their pets to have happy and healthy lives.