Dr. Jessica Zeiger grew up on Zeiger Centennial Farm in Three Oaks, MI, where she learned to love caring for all creatures great and small, including household pets, horses, cattle, camelids, pigs, poultry, and more. Prior to veterinary school, she interned with a wildlife rehabilitation center in Western Australia, gaining experience handling and treating various exotic animals. She recently graduated with her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Purdue University in May 2018. Dr. Zeiger is interested in practicing medicine for all species, whether they are large, small, or exotic. Someday, she intends to pursue training in alternative therapies, including chiropractic, acupuncture, and ozone therapy so that she can provide the best care for God’s creatures through combining traditional and alternative approaches. The Veterinary Heritage Journal has published three of Dr. Zeiger’s papers on topics of veterinary history, and a fourth will be published in the journal this year. She is excited to return to the Michiana community where she can serve people by caring for their beloved pets.