About West Salem Animal Clinic

West Salem Animal Clinic was established in 1972 and was purchased by Dr. Turnbull in 2002. We are a small animal veterinary practice located in West Salem, Oregon on Edgewater Street. We offer medical, surgical, dental, and emergency services. Our veterinarians, certified veterinary technicians, assistants, and receptionists are knowledgeable, compassionate, and determined. We pride ourselves on getting to the root cause of difficult pet health issues while extending personalized service.

Michael Sirianni, DVM, Medical Director

An Oregon native, Dr. Michael Sirianni was born and raised in the Portland metropolitan area. He received his Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Lewis and Clark College and a Bachelors degree from Portland State University in Biology. After working for 5 years in biomedical sciences, he pursued a graduate degree focusing on infectious disease and immunology prior to completing his Veterinary Medicine degree at Oregon State University in 2005. Dr. Sirianni joined West Salem Animal Clinic in 2006. Dr. Sirianni lives in Corvallis with his wife and two sons, and their dog and cat. When not working, he enjoys golfing, skiing, traveling, and hiking with his family.

Professional Interests: Infectious disease, Immunology, Dermatology, Allergic skin disease, Soft tissue surgery

Lucie Crane, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Lucie Crane was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She did her undergrad at the University of Colorado in Boulder and received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State University. Dr. Crane will be joining the West Salem Animal Clinic family in April 2020. Dr. Crane lives in Corvallis and currently has two furry four legged children—Nitro, her Australian Shepherd and Pixel, her cat. When not working she enjoys hiking and gardening. She also likes rock hounding. You’ll have to ask her what that means!

Professional Interests: Endocrinology, Infectious disease, Soft tissue surgery

Melissa Turnbull, DVM, Relief Veterinarian

Dr. Turnbull had wanted to be a veterinarian ever since her 1st grade field trip to a local vet clinic in Bismarck, North Dakota where she grew up. Dr. Turnbull started her veterinary career as a kennel assistant; later, she obtained a B.S. in Veterinary Technology in 1994 from North Dakota State University prior to applying to veterinary school. She was accepted into veterinary school in 1994 at Oregon State University and received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Doctor Turnbull worked as an associate at West Salem Animal Clinic from 1998 until 2002 before becoming the practice owner. Dr. Turnbull has a strong interest in internal medicine, feline behavior, geriatric medicine, dermatology, and pain management. On her days off, she reads incessantly, spends time with her four cats and two dogs, hikes, is an avid basketball fan and volunteers for the Meow Village.

Professional InterestsInternal medicine, Behavioral medicine, Geriatric medicine, Dermatology, Pain management