8250 SW Tonka St. | Tualatin, OR 97062

(503) 246-9689

Mon, Tue: 7:30am - 5:30pm, Wed, Thu: 7:30am – 4:30pm

Our Hospital Remains Open With Modified Operations To Keep You and Your Pets Safe.COVID-19 Updates


We love pets, people and their doctors!

For Doctors

Under our partnering model, we refer your patients back to you for follow-up care, provide free interpretation of all recommended diagnostics, and direction for ongoing management.


For Clients

When you entrust your pets to our care, you can rest assured they will receive individualized attention, an accurate diagnosis, and a treatment plan tailored to their unique needs.


For Breeders

We understand just how crucial a clean bill of health can be to your breeding efforts. That’s why we offer routine cardiac screening for both dogs and cats as well as canine OFA certifications.


Our Location

Cardiology Northwest is Located Inside of the Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin

8250 SW Tonka St, Tualatin, OR 97062

(503) 246-9689

Monday and Tuesday 7:30-5:30

Wednesday and Thursday 7:30-4:30

Diet and Heart Disease EKG line

Diet and Heart Disease

Recent research from Tufts University, UC Davis, and others has shown a possible correlation between certain so-called “BEG” diets (Boutique, Exotic Ingredient, Grain-Free) and Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM).

What is a Heart Murmur? EKG line

What is a Heart Murmur?

The term “heart murmur” describes any of several abnormal sounds heard by your veterinarian during your pet’s heartbeat cycle. Caused by turbulent blood flow in the heart, murmurs can be heard with a stethoscope.

What to Expect at Your First Visit EKG line

What to Expect at Your First Visit

Many cardiac conditions can be well-managed through proper medication and timely check-ups. Refer to our list of common cardiac medications for information regarding uses, potential side eects, and what to do if your pet misses a dose.

Dr. Wood will be retiring in May of 2022! Learn more here