Dr. Mark Weber
Dr. Mark Weber, senior co-owner of Newberg Veterinary Hospital, has practiced in Newberg for over 28 years. A 1987 graduate of OSU, he completed an internship at Cornell University before returning to Oregon. Professional interests include challenging surgical and medical cases as well as orthopedics including cruciate ligament repair. He also enjoys veterinary reproductive work. When he has downtime, golfing and wakeboarding are Dr. Weber’s sports of choice.
Dr. Greg Fischer
Dr. Greg Fischer, co-owner, has been with our practice for 23 years. He received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University and Washington State University. Greg enjoys working with all animals but has a special fondness for the sporting breeds. He loves all aspects of veterinary medicine but has a special interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. In his off-duty time, Greg enjoys spending time with his family and their menagerie of animals. He is also an avid outdoorsman and loves spending time in nature while always having his Labrador by his side.
Dr. Tina Johnson
Dr. Tina Johnson, a co-owner, has been with our practice for 17 years in June, working primarily with small animals. Tina received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State where she graduated with honors at the top 10% of her class. Tina concentrates most of her energy and time towards small animal medicine and surgery. Tina became a Certified Acupuncturist at her Alma Mater (Colorado State University) in 2006, and is spending more and more time practicing alternative and complimentary medicine. Acupuncture works with the animals own neurologic system to get results. Most of her acupuncture patients have some degree of arthritis and/or pain that acupuncture helps with. In her off-duty time, Tina enjoys gardening, being outdoors, and spending time with her husband and 2 children.
Dr. Erin Tripp
Dr. Erin Tripp has been with Newberg Vet since 2004 and is co-owner. She graduated from the University of Minnesota. Erin loves being a part of the Newberg community. She has a special interest in helping the local shelter and enjoys internal medicine and nutrition. In her free time, Erin enjoys road biking, and rafting with her family. At home she has 2 goats, 7 llamas, 1 cat, and 2 dogs.
Dr. Jaclyn Aschim
Dr. Jaclyn Aschim, a co-owner, graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She focuses on small animal medicine and has a love for thoracic and renal disease. She was born and raised in Yamhill and now lives in Carlton. She is married to a local grass seed farmer and has one son, Harper. In her spare time, Jacki loves camping, gardening, cooking, and spending time with family.
Dr. Brandon Batty
Dr. Brandon Batty joined us in June 2022. Growing up in Cove, OR, he raised market lambs when he was in the FFA. He has always loved animals and been interested in medicine so becoming a vet was an easy choice for him. Dr. Batty received his bachelor’s, master’s and DVM degrees from Oregon State University. His special interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, dermatology and radiology and ultrasonography. He is training in soft tissue and orthopedic procedures including BOAS surgery, FHO, external and internal fixation of fractures. He enjoys the challenge of helping patients who can’t tell you what’s wrong! Dr. Batty currently shares his home with Reggie, a 2-year-old American Bully with a cleft palate who stole his heart as a puppy. In his free time, Dr. Batty is an avid exercise enthusiast (weightlifting, cycling, running), doing anything outdoors (hiking, fishing, good ole manual labor) and playing the saxophone (he was in the OSU Marching Band for three years in undergrad). He and Dr. Cassie Weber will marry in September 2022.
Dr. Cassie Weber
As the daughter of a veterinarian, Dr. Weber grew up working and assisting in her father’s animal hospital, so it’s no surprise she developed a passion for animals and the veterinary field. She earned her DVM from Oregon State University and has also pursued further training in canine reproduction techniques under specialists in Texas and Ohio. When she’s not working, Dr. Weber enjoys hiking, wakeboarding, competing in 3-day events with her horse Minnie, and spending time with her American Bully Reggie.