Dallas Burrell, DVM

Native of Sacramento, California, Dallas moved with his family to many states before settling in Michigan City, Indiana to attend high school. After graduation he joined the Marine Corps and served in Okinawa. After an honorable discharge, he traveled then worked on a northern Michigan dairy farm. While there, he became interested in veterinary medicine, and started his college career at Ferris State University. He later transferred to Michigan State University to complete his undergraduate work and attend Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. During the summers he worked on Mackinac Island as a saddle guide and with carriage horses.

Dallas has worked as an associate veterinarian in Cashton, Wisconsin and Preston, Minnesota. In December of 1992, he took a position as a mixed animal practitioner with Airport Animal Clinic in Cadillac, Michigan where he worked for 14 years. In early 2006, he and his wife purchased Stoney Corners Veterinary Service in McBain, Michigan.

Professionally, Dallas likes the variety of all species but he's especially interested in soft tissue surgery and equine dentistry. In his free time he enjoys reading his Bible, going for long walks with his dogs, playing guitar, and downhill skiing.

Judy Boyer Burrell, DVM

​Judy Boyer Burrell, native of Franklin, Michigan grew up loving horses and German Shepherds. Her under graduate studies were at the University of Michigan in Dearborn and Michigan State University. During summers she was horsemanship instructor at camps in rural Michigan.

At Michigan State University she majored in animal science with an emphasis on Swine Nutrition. Michigan State's College of Veterinary Medicine granted her a diploma in 1987. She then took employment at Sparta, Wisconsin as a mixed animal practitioner. Her border collie, Blue, accompanied her on calls. In 1988, she and Dallas married and settled in Preston, Minnesota. Her practices included clinics in Rushford, Houston, Stewartville as well as Preston.

Dr. Judy moved to Michigan with her family in 1992. During her years as a homeschooling mother of four, she continued her involvement with horses, goats, cats, dogs, cattle, pigs and even chickens as a 4-H leader. She coached the Missaukee County Goat Getters 4-H Club to several state placings in Skill-a-thon and Quiz bowl. She resumed veterinary practice when she and Dallas purchased Stoney Corners Veterinary Clinic. Her professional interests include nutrition, practice management and the One Health Initiative. Her passion is riding and driving horses, but she must have one of her Border Collies along for the adventure.

Isaac Burrell, DVM

Dr. Isaac Burrell was welcomed to Stoney Corners Veterinary Service in May 2019 upon graduation from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school he went to Morocco and Mexico to help with underserved working equid populations. Other special training he has enjoyed has been in the fields of neurology, emergency, and honey bee medicine. As an officer of the Veterinary Business Management Association he participated in national symposiums on reduction of student debt and, in the Council of Graduate Students, he represented veterinary students among the medical colleges at MSU.

At Alma College, he was active in choir and Model United Nations. He went on several trips to study health care (human) in underserved populations in Africa and renewable energy in Europe. Undergraduate summers were spent on Mackinac Island as a saddle tour guide with Jack’s Livery Stable.

Dr. Isaac is a 2011 graduate of McBain High School. As a 4H participant he was active in many clubs and excelled at showing chickens, dogs, goats, horses and steer.

His personal interests include trivia, trains, and travel.

Rosemary (Bud) Storey

Bud is a true Michigander; she was born in Alpena and grew up in the Flint/Flushing area, until her fathers’ business brought her family northward in 1974. She graduated from Houghton Lake High school in 1975. Bud has had many different careers, including waitressing for 10 years, working in the Houghton Lake Community schools , gardening with Friends Ministry, and finally joining Stoney Corners Vet Service. Bud enjoyed a few mission trips when she attended Merritt Methodist Church. She traveled to Kazakhstan, worked with the local church for two weeks, and left part of her heart there. Bud has also been on other mission trips, including working with Samaritans Purse after Hurricane Katrina. Bud enjoys her grandchildren, her 4 dogs , 4 cats, and gardening.

Ruth Winkel

Ruth is originally from the Grand Rapids area and moved to McBain in the 70's. Ruth, together with her husband, Jack, have two children and seven grandchildren. Ruth has always enjoyed caring for and being with animals, and her menagerie includes dogs, cats, and horses. Spending time with her family and friends, riding her horses, kayaking, and camping are some of her hobbies. Ruth is excited to be part of the team at Stoney Corners Veterinary Service.

Jess Mackenzie, Vet Tech

Jess is a born-and-raised Michigan native who moved to Oregon her freshman year of high school, and moved back to her home state in 2017. She earned her veterinary assistant certification from the Animal Behavioral College and is currently studying to be a certified veterinary technician. Once completed with the vet tech program, she hopes to attend Michigan State University to become a veterinarian. Jessica enjoys painting and anything to do with animals. She has a dog of her own and, in the future, hopes to have enough land to get horses again.

Jess has always had a love for animals. Becoming a vet tech is just a step in her process. She wants to become a veterinarian, but she also wanted to start at the bottom and work her way up so she can ultimately be a better boss. Her goal for every patient is that whether they are in for an illness or a routine visit, that they and the owners leave satisfied. Jess's family includes her husband, Nick, and their dogs, Sweetpee and Flip.

Amanda Outman

I originally started a profession in the veterinary field in 2000. I was a receptionist in a vet clinic for 9 years. I actually worked with Dr Dallas Burrell there. When I was approached about coming to work for Stoney Corners Veterinary Service, I jumped at the chance!!! Going back to work with people and their pets was an opportunity I couldn't pass up. The fact that I would be working for the Burrells was a bonus and an absolute dream come true. My heart is so happy!

While I feel most "at home" at the front desk, I have also been trained to run the blood work and urinalysis machines. I occassionally assist the doctors in the rooms.

My goal with every visit is to make every client feel like they have been heard. From the moment someone walks in our door until they leave, I want them to feel acknowledged and important. I want to make a connection and build a relationship.

My family consists of my wonderful husband, Chad, and 2 handsome stepsons, Noah and Caleb. We also have a 4 legged child, a pitbull named Sadie Mae.

Rachel Compton, Groomer

​Rachel grew up in the McBain area. She studied in the agri-science program at the Wexford-Missaukee career technical school. She has worked with farm animals large and small for years and completed the pet grooming program at the Paragon School of Pet Grooming. She's excited to meet all of the grooming needs of your pets!

Ally Sigafoose

Ally has been with us since she was in high school. She recently graduated from Baker College's vet tech program. She looks forward to taking her boards this fall. At home, she has her favorite horse, DejaVu, a dog, and four cats. She enjoys spending time outdoors, especially bow hunting.

Ashley Loring

Ashley grew up in Cadillac. After spending several years in Mount Pleasant earning her degree in art and interpersonal/public communication at CMU, she moved back home to be closer to family. She answers the phone at the clinic, and she loves animals of all kinds. Ashley has a stepson and had a daughter in July of 2019. She and her husband recently bought a house in a quiet residential neighborhood. They have a Yorkipoo named Chunk.

Emerson Huttenga

​Emerson will be a sophomore at McBain High School in the fall. She plays basketball, runs Cross Country, and loves spending time with her friends. She has a rabbit named Moon.