About Us

Northwestern Veterinary Hospital first opened its doors on September 12, 2005. The 6500 square foot facility offers a variety of services for dogs, cats, and small animals. We have 8 full-time and 3 part-time veterinarians with 100 years combined experience. Our team also consists of over 50 support staff members, from our friendly reception team to trained Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVTs) and assistants.

When you and your pet come to see us, you are greeted with a warm and friendly reception area with plenty of natural light and a gas fireplace. While waiting for your appointment, please feel free to browse our selection of retail products, foods, and client education materials.

Behind the scenes, Northwestern Veterinary Hospital offers separate cat and dog wards for our patients. Our open concept treatment area allows us to meet your pet’s needs at every visit. Our dedicated surgery room allows us to offer services from routine spays/neuters to complex surgeries like orthopedics. After surgery, your pet will be kept comfortable in our recovery area, which features radiant floor heating and is easily in view of staff members at all times. We also have dedicated dental and x-ray rooms, allowing us to care for your pet from head to toe. Post-surgery needs can also be met with companion animal laser therapy and physiotherapy services. Finally, our Intensive Care Unit features large windows, allowing our staff to monitor your pet closely and create a comfortable atmosphere for ill patients.

Our hospital carries a variety of veterinarian-recommended food, treats, supplements, and products, and our in-house pharmacy is able to dispense medications for your pet on site. Whether here for a routine vaccination or for emergency or critical treatment, we will ensure that your pet is comfortable and cared for.

We acknowledge that our hospital is built on the traditional territory of Fort William First Nation, signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people.