Harney County Veterinary Clinic
Phone: (541) 573-6450
1050 Crane Blvd
Burns, OR 97720
Fax: (541) 573-1218

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    • Dr. Masie Custis, DVM           
      Dr. Masie Custis came to Harney County in 2006 after graduating from Kansas State University (GO Wildcats!!!) College of Veterinary Medicine in Manhattan, Kansas. She was born and raised in Southwest New Mexico and is proud to be an alumnus of New Mexico State University (GO Aggies!!!!) in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Dr. Masie purchased Harney County Veterinary Clinic in June 2008 after working here as an associate veterinarian since graduation. Dr. Masie along with her husband, Ryan, and two daughters all work together to keep the clinic running smoothly. When not at the clinic, Dr. Masie enjoys helping with her show pigs, working around the house, and spending time with her family. Dr. Masie's favorite animals are sheep and cats, but cattle have really grown on her.



    • Nicole George CVT - Head Veterinary Technician
      Nicole is one of our most recent additions to the Harney County Veterinary Clinic team. She has been a Certified Veterinary Technician for 15 years working in Oregon and Washington with companion, food animal, equine, and exotic animals. Nicole comes to us with extensive client education abilities and experience which we are excited to share with our clients and patients. Nicole was a speaker at the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, Florida on the topics of Utilization of Veterinary Technicians in Large & Food Animal Medicine, Small Ruminant Nursing for the small animal technician, Wound Management, treatment, and care in large animal patients, and Equine colic and lameness exams. When not working, Nicole enjoys riding and likes being outdoors. Her favorite animals are horses and dogs.



    • CURRENTLY OPEN- Customer Relations Manager
      If you are interested in a high-paced, challenging yet satisfying position where you get the opportunity to provide service for animals and people - apply today by dropping by the clinic.



    • CURRENTLY OPEN - Inventory Manager/Customer Relations
      Just as with our Customer Relations Manager position, if you are interested in a high-paced, challenging yet satisfying position where you get the opportunity to provide service for animals and people - apply today by dropping by the clinic.

    • Christina Thompson - Veterinary Assistant
      Christina joined Harney County Veterinary Clinic's team as a veterinary assistant in October 2021. Christina is enjoying her position at the clinic and is proving to be an asset daily with her deep desire to expand her knowledge of veterinary medicine every chance she gets. When not at the clinic, Christina enjoys spending time with her family, doing many outdoor activities, and spending time with her dog Roscoe. 



    • Nicole Robey- Kennel Assistant
      POSITION OPEN SOON. Congratulations to our graduating senior!!! Nicole joined Harney County Veterinary Clinic's team as a kennel assistant in December 2021. Nicole currently attends Burns High School. Nicole will be graduating in May. When not at the clinic, Nicole helps her family with their cattle and enjoys spending time with friends and family.



    • Haley Lohf - Kennel Assistant
      POSITION OPEN SOON. Congratulations to our graduating senior!!! Haley joined Harney County Veterinary Clinic's team as a kennel assistant in April 2021. She is currently attending Burns High School where she is also on the volleyball team. Her favorite animals are snakes and Highland Cattle. After graduation, she plans on going to college at Oregon University. When not at the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her dog Moose!



    • Ellie and Sheldon
      Ellie and Sheldon are our clinic "Scottish-fold" kitties. Ellie is the slightly overweight, more outgoing, social, tri-colored calico and Sheldon is her introverted grey and white brother (named after Sheldon from the show "The Big Bang Theory"). They began as barn kitties but are now at home at the clinic playing with frogs in our large animal treatment area or ensuring we all stay on their feeding and petting schedule.







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