About Us

Serving Fishers, McCordsville, Northeast Indianapolis, and Fortville, we are a full-service hospital located at 9673 Olio Road, at 96th Street, in the Geist Corner Shoppes. The new clinic offers modern equipment for:

  • Small Animal Surgery 
  • Medicine
  • Anesthesia 
  • X-rays
  • Wellness (including vaccinations, spay and neuter, and laboratory services)
  • Grooming and bathing

Dr. Jerry Risser and his staff are passionate about caring for you and your pet. Fall Creek Veterinary Medical Center was started because we felt we could offer a new way to achieve this vision, and this is how we plan to spend our time and efforts. We encourage you to speak with anyone on staff. You will find these individuals were selected specifically for their dedication to these ideals. We invite you to come visit our office. Please call 317.588.3763 or fill out the form to the right to request a tour of our facility. We look forward to the opportunity to care for your pet.


About Dr. Risser

Jerry L. Risser began laying the groundwork for Fall Creek Veterinary Medical Center in 2006, after fourteen years in small animal practice. He began practice after completing his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University (1992). Born in northern Indiana, Dr. Risser grew up in the Midwest before his move to Texas, where he attended high school and completed his Bachelors degree in Veterinary Science (1989), also at Texas A&M, prior to veterinary school. He returned to Indiana after graduation, practicing in group practices in Bloomington and Fishers before launching Fall Creek Veterinary.

Dr. Risser loves the opportunity he has for extended, "one-on-one" time with his clients and patients, and especially the role he can play in teaching the most up-to-date and helpful information available to help people best care for their pets. Though Dr. Risser is excited by advancements in all areas of veterinary medicine, special interests include dermatology, behavior medicine, endocrinology, and surgery, including soft-tissue procedures and stifle (knee) surgery. His professional memberships include the Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics, the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, and Indiana Veterinary Medical Association. 

In May of 2011, Dr. Risser completed a Master of Arts in Bioethics degree from Trinity International University, in Deerfield, Illinois. Among his research papers are "Obligations in Veterinary Medical Ethics.. Theory & Application", "Veterinary Bioethics: A Proposed Approach from a Christian Thought Perspective," and "End-of-Life Issues in Pets and People: Parallels, Distinctions, and Implications."  He has delivered a lecture on animal welfare at the American Scientific Affiliation, where he is a member.


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