Meet Our Doctors

Dr. Glenn Pullen

Dr. Glenn Pullen grew up in Frankfort Indiana and graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. In 1987, he moved to southern Indiana and has called Jackson County home ever since. Throughout his many years involved in Veterinary Medicine, he has served on the board of directors for the IVMA and as the Chairman of the IVMA Ethics Committee. He has been on the admissions committee for the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and is currently the president of the Purdue Veterinary Alumni Board. Dr. Pullen has three Children; Kelsie, Courtnie, and Jacob.The Pullen family includes a variety of animals including two goats, four dogs, and two cats. 

Dr. Steve Sunbury

Dr. Sunbury was born and raised in Seymour and is a 1993 graduate of the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Coming from a family of veterinarians, his father is retired and his older brother Scot is currently working in Austin, TX.  He has been very involved with organized veterinary medicine serving on the IVMA board in a variety of positions including committee chairman, board chairman and is a Past President.  He currently sits on the Indiana Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.  His wife Leisa is an art teacher at St. Ambrose School.  They have 3 children; Delaney, Karley and Keegan and share their home with a Shih Tzu cross named Holly and a lazy cat named Lilly. Dr. Sunbury enjoys spending time with his family, trail running, triathlons and ultra-marathons.

Dr. Julie Bobb

Dr. Julie Bobb grew up in Seymour and graduated from Purdue University in 1990.  She moved back home in 2005 after working in Bloomington, Indiana and Lexington, Kentucky.  She is married with one son.  When not working, she enjoys hiking, gardening, reading, and watching her son's soccer and basketball games.  Her pets include Bella, a Golden Retriever, four cats (Patch, Simba, Cheeto, and Panther), and one chicken named Lucy.

Dr. Kelly Peelman

Dr. Kelly Peelman comes to us from nearby Versailles, IN.  She is a 2011 graduate of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She has spent all her working years in and around veterinary medicine in Southern Indiana, and loves working with both large and small animals.  Her husband, Nick, is a Systems Administrator for the Bloom Marketing Group in Bloomington.  They have a trio of pets, including a rambunctious Shih-Tzu named Chase, a Garfield wannabe named MacKenzie, and a ball of fuzz named Harrison.  Dr. Peelman enjoys spending time with her family and friends, scrapbooking, and gift-wrapping.

New patients receive $25 OFF of initial examination.

New patients receive $25 OFF of initial examination.

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