Dr. Danelle Jackson was raised in the tiny rural town of Jump River, Wisconsin. Her childhood was spent on her family’s dairy farm raising cows, dogs, cats, a turtle, and a hamster. Upon graduation from high school, she attended the University of Wisconsin – Madison majoring in Animal Science. She then began veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and graduated in May 2013.
After graduation, she moved to The Rio Grande Valley of South Texas and began her career as a small animal veterinarian. In summer of 2016, she and her husband moved to Yuma to be closer to his family and make the area their forever home. She began working at Foothills Animal Hospital in September 2016. When she’s not threatening to steal the cute puppies at the clinic, she likes spending time with her family (husband Bryce, daughter Alexis, black Labrador Ash, and calico cat Lola), hiking, boating, camping, lounging in her pool, cheering for the Badger and Packers, and traveling.