We treat your pets like our pets, and our pets are family we love spend­ing time with!

What We Do

Care­tak­ing Since 1977

And still calling all of them friends. Come in for a tour and see why 11 out of 10 pets recommend Borderview.

For After Hours emer­gen­cies, please contact the Niagara Veteri­nary Emer­gency Clinic at 905 – 641-3185.

During this diffi­cult time with COVID 19, we are open to provide regular appoint­ments as well as urgent care. We are working hard dispens­ing food & medica­tions to our pets. We take the safety of our patients and our staff seri­ously. Our primary goals are to continue provid­ing care to our patients to the best of our ability while keeping every­one safe. Currently, our doors are still locked to keep traffic in our waiting room to a minimum. Please call us when you arrive and our staff will escort you into the build­ing along with your pet(s). Masking is optional. Follow us on Face­book for updates on proce­dures. Stay safe!

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Borderview Veterinary

1104 Thompson Rd
Fort Erie, ON
L2A 6A8
Map centered on Borderview Veterinary Hospital 1104 Thompson Rd Fort Erie, ON L2A 6A8

Hours of Operation


We are closed on statutory holidays

Office Email


(905) 871-4366

Featured Service


Dental and oral health is an impor­tant part of overall good health. A special area of the hospi­tal is dedi­cated to perform­ing dental proce­dures with our patients under general anes­the­sia and they are moni­tored exactly the same as if they were under­go­ing a major surgery.

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Featured Staff Pets


Rudy joined the Waller family as a four month old puppy in 2005. He is actu­ally an Amer­i­can citizen since he was born in upstate New York. He is the third West High­land White Terrier Dr. Waller has owned and like every other Westie, he is feisty, funny, affec­tion­ate and demand­ing. His favourite things are treats, walks and sleep­ing in front of the fire­place. He hates baths and for reasons known only to himself, the sound of our oven range hood. In his younger days, he main­tained an ongoing feud with the neigh­bor­hood wildlife (partic­u­larly squir­rels and opos­sums) but now that he is a senior, he seems to have declared a truce and no longer bothers with visi­tors in the yard. He loves Dr. Waller’s sister’s two Cairn Terri­ers and meets them for walks several times a week, but other­wise he is content to eat, sleep and repeat. Rudy has always been and remains the perfect pet for our family –we love his hand­some good looks and mischie­vous person­al­ity and he makes us laugh on a daily basis.

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