We have made some procedural changes in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. For now, starting March 19th, 2020 and until the stay at home order is no longer enforced, we will not have clients coming into the clinic.
When you arrive for your appointment:
- Please wear a mask at all times when interacting with our staff, even if you are in your vehicle.
- Call from your car to let us know you are here.
- Remove leash and collar from your dog.
- Please clean your cat carrier prior to your appointment.
**There are only a few of us and the phone is ringing continuously. We ask for your patience when waiting for a return call or to have your call answered. We are keeping an eye on the schedule and on the parking lot while answering the phones. You will not miss your appointment and we are trying to keep wait times down. We apologize for the delays. If you have a non-urgent request or question, you can email us at email@example.com
We are getting a new system on board to make communication easier. That will be ready closer to November.
We will come out to get your pet and bring them in to see Dr. Tsui. Please help us to be mindful of physical distancing by using our leash and getting your dog out of the car, or placing your cat carrier on the sidewalk.
We will bring your pet into the clinic. Dr. Tsui and a technician will examine your pet and then call with findings or questions. It is important that we can reach you by phone during the exam.
For prescriptions, flea products, or food items, please call or email ahead to make sure we have it in stock. We will set it aside for easier access when you arrive.
If you need supplies:
- Call from your car and let us know you are here. We will take your card in for swiping and we will email your receipt.
- We will deliver the product to your car! Please help us maintain physical distance by having your trunk open or your window open so that we can set it on the seat.
As always, our goal is to give you and your pet the best care possible. These are challenging times and we are adjusting and learning daily how to best keep up with care. We thank you for your compliance and support during these times. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 503-647-0928 or email and we will be happy to discuss.
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!
Below are a few links that Dr. Tsui may have mentioned in the exam room.
North Plains Veterinary Clinic
North Plains, OR
Dr. Tsui purchased the practice and is now the owner and primary veterinarian.
Adjusted in response to COVID-19
Monday - Friday 8am to 4pm
Saturday 9am to 2pm
* We close for lunch every weekday between 12pm and 1pm *
North Plains, OR
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One of us will be happy to contact you by email within 24 hours. Or call us at: (503) 647-0928
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