Dr. Wallis knew from a very young age that he wanted to become a veterinarian. Working at the Michigan Humane Society solidified his interest in veterinary medicine and helping the most vulnerable animals. After spending 10 years in general practice, Dr. Wallis now enjoys the variety of cases he treats in emergency and intensive care and appreciates the new skills he has developed. He is thankful he can help animals and their families during some of the most challenging and emotional times.
Dr. Wallis spends his free time training for half marathons, camping, traveling, and most importantly, spending time with his family. Dr. Wallis, his wife, and son share their home with Linus, a Golden Retriever, and Pig Pen, an orange domestic shorthair cat.