Dr. Hallman did his undergraduate work at the University of Wyoming. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 1985. Dr. Hallman opened Star Valley Veterinary Clinic in May of 1985.
Dr. Hallman has been a consulting veterinarian for the Humane Society of Central Arizona, Payson Pro Rodeo, Payson Zoo, Payson Natural Resources Committee, and the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Sled dog medicine is a passion of Dr. Hallman's and he has been vetting sled dog races in Alaska and Canada since 1994, including the Yukon Quest 1000 mile raceand the Copper Basin 300. He served as the Yukon Quest Head Veterinarian in 1996, 1997 and again in 2010.
He has been on the board of International Veterinary Sled Dog Medical Association since 2015.
Dr. Hallman's personal interests include hiking, travel, photography and volunteer work.
Dr. Jaynee Card grew up in Saint Ignatius, Montana. Since the tender age of four years old, Jaynee knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Throughout her teenage years she helped her dad train horses. Upon graduating from Saint Ignatius High School, she joined the United States Army as a veterinary technician. After a tour in Hawaii, the military moved her to New Jersey where Dr. Card attended Rutgers University for her undergraduate education in biology. She worked as veterinary technician in the civilian sector while completing her studies. Dr. Card graduated from Oklahoma State University as a small animal veterinarian. During her doctorate program she decided to become an officer in the Army.
After graduation, Captain Jaynee Card became a veterinarian for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey. She instructed a course for military working dog handlers, ensuring they were trained to provide emergency first aid to their partners. Working with military working dogs while serving in the military was one of the most rewarding things she has ever done.
Dr. Jaynee Card currently serves on the board of Bethany’s Gait. A non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing horses and using those horses to help those who have served in the military, first responders and their spouses.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and rescued pets, making soap, hiking, fishing, camping, skiing, and kayaking.