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

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 the STATE OF EMER­GENCY, we are open to provide urgent care services. We are working hard dispens­ing food & medica­tions to our pets. If your pet has an illness or injury, please CALL US at 905 – 871-4366. We will resume preven­ta­tive medi­cine (routine vacci­na­tions, well­ness testing, heartworm/​lyme disease testing and spays/​neuters) once life returns to normal. Stay safe!


Monday — Friday: 8:30 am — 6:00 pm
Satur­day & Sunday: CLOSED
(we will be closed Friday, April 10th in obser­vance of Good Friday)

Borderview Veterinary

1104 Thompson Rd
Fort Erie, ON
L2A 6A8
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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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Apple and Dandelion

Featured Staff Pets

Apple and Dandelion

Apple and Dande­lion are a type of chicken know as a Silkie. They came from a farm in Port Colborne where they were hatched out when they were just a few days old. They live on a farm with Stephanie and her family with many other types of chick­ens in their hen house. Both of them are female chick­ens, known as hens and are about a year old. Apple, the darker one, was named by Stephanie’s youngest son and is a Patridge Silkie. Dande­lion, the white hen, was named by Rose­mary and is a white Silkie. They are known for their fluffy feath­ers, espe­cially around their feet and head. They lay small eggs every few days and are both very sweet chickens.

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