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  • Happy Long Weekend!

    Please be advised that we are CLOSED on Sunday, May 17th & Monday, May 18th for the long weekend. Don’t forget the pets! Stay safe! Contact Nurses’ registry for on-call EMERGENCY services (807) 623-7451

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  • Tick Tock! Are you ready?

    Tick season is upon us! Is your dog protected with a Lyme vaccine? Do you have your tick medication for the season ready?

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  • Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Award

    Northwestern Veterinary Hospital is the proud recipient of an award for our Commitment to Quality from the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce (Dr. Hansen and Dr. Maki)

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    Northwestern Veterinary Hospital is proud to be a recipient of an award for our Commitment to Quality by the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce.
  • Welcome!

    We are pleased to welcome you to Northwestern Veterinary Hospital!

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  • Our parking and entrance are at the rear of the building.
    Our building is open 7 days a week from 7:30-6, available appointment times from 9-5.

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  • Companion Laser Therapy

    What is Companion Laser Therapy? Click on Roman to find out!

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  • Pet Pointers

    with Dr. Calli Thompson

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After Hour Emergency Services:

807-623-7451

Phone Us

807-345-3353

VISIT US

1160 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 7A4

Location Hours
Monday7:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday7:30am – 6:00pm
Wednesday7:30am – 6:00pm
Thursday7:30am – 6:00pm
Friday7:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday7:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday7:30am – 6:00pm

Surgery Check In
7:30am - 8:00am

AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY

Please call Nurses' Registry to get in contact with an
on-call veterinarian.
(807)-623-7451

  • Responsible Dog Ownership

    A good read to put the lifelong commitment of dog ownership into perspective.
  • I was thinking…

    It looks so nice and green outside! My dogs love it too, they can't stop eating all the new shoots of GRASS! My boys have had no dietary changes, no symptoms of illness, and a lot of the time, they are not vomiting the grass.
    Grass is just something that dogs enjoy to eat!
    When I catch my one dog chewing at some grass I command "find!" which means to find a toy, oh the beauty of distraction! My other guy seems to start munching if he is left outside for too long without mental stimulation. I cut bathroom breaks shorter, or sit out with him and monitor.

  • The Ticks are here!

    I've even had a tick on myself already! My dogs are vaccinated against Lyme disease and currently using Bravecto from April-September. I will deworm at the end of the season with Drontal Plus.
    This decision and plan was based on our lifestyle and recommendations from our veterinarian during their annual physical exam.

    Parasites are here!

    Cats are requiring parasite prevention and treatment as well! My cat, who frequents outside in a "catdio" (a safe outdoor enclosure) is fully vaccinated and will be on Revolution from May-September and will receive Milbemax at the end of the season as dewormer. This decision and plan was based on his lifestyle and recommendations from our veterinarian during his annual physical exam.

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