Dr. Tsui purchased the practice and is now the owner and primary veterinarian.
Below are a few links that Dr. Tsui may have mentioned in the exam room.
North Plains Veterinary Clinic
North Plains, OR
One of us will be happy to contact you by email within 24 hours. Or call us at: (503) 647-0928
Happy Dental Month! This is the month that we talk about all things teeth and gum disease. Below is a great video to help get you started with brushing your pets teeth. Please watch for specials and discounts in the month of February. We want to help you keep your pets dental health in check!
Another fun year in the North Plains 4th of July parade!
Whether it be a routine or complex procedure, we ensure your pet gets the best care possible. Each patient is assigned a technician that constantly monitors vital signs. This is in addition to the electronic monitoring that each anesthetized patient receives.
Get some helpful information on the care of indoor cats and dogs.
Monday - Friday 9am to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 2pm
North Plains, OR
While we have quite a few flea products and food available in the clinic, we have even more available for home delivery! Please inquire at the front desk!
North Plains Veterinary Clinic is a full-service, accredited animal hospital in North Plains, Oregon. Our veterinarian, certified veterinary technician and assistants are experienced and prepared to handle any situation. Caring for animals is a very rewarding job, and we take it very seriously.
At North Plains Veterinary Clinic, we only provide high-standard, loving care for your pet. Call and schedule a Wellness exam today!
Would you like to learn more about kidney disease in dogs and cats?
Give Cheryl a call for help with training your puppy or adult dog.
Check out our facility and our new digital xray machine. We will have fun demonstrations and a raffle!
ASPCA Animal Poison Center app can quickly identify common hazards that could harm your pet. Install today!
While influenza has not been prevalent in Oregon, it has been in all of the states surrounding it and it's definitely getting close. As of Jan 1, 2018 we will recommend that all dogs get the yearly vaccine. We will require the vaccination for dogs that are boarding or grooming. For more information see the CDC or AVMA websites.