Daniel Jackson, DVM

Education and Experience

Daniel graduated in 2014, with distinction, from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to veterinary school, Daniel worked throughout the United States and Asia as a wildlife conservation biologist, focusing on the interaction between agriculture and environmental health.

As a veterinary student, Daniel received awards for proficiency in equine and livestock clinical practice, and published applied research on the epidemiology of zoonotic agricultural disease. Immediately following graduation, Daniel completed a clinical internship for advanced study in livestock medicine, surgery and field service at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He mentored veterinary students and managed a diverse large animal caseload, which included beef and dairy cattle, small ruminants, camelids, swine, and equids. His areas of focus include animal welfare, pain management, epidemiology, metabolic disease, and neonatal critical care.

Daniel lives with his wife and son in Montgomery Center. As a large animal veterinarian, he hopes to strengthen communities and make food safer through bettering the lives of animals and people. When not caring for animals of the north, you might see him cycling the region’s many dirt roads, notches, and trails with his toddler in tow.