Thunder Bay and area is home to six veterinary hospitals, many of which have an immediate need for at least one veterinarian, as well as a veterinary technician to support the work of the doctors.

Veterinarians in Ontario must be licensed by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario, the provincial governing body. If you are an internationally-educated vet, or hold a veterinary licence in a Canadian province outside Ontario, visit CVO online to learn about the licensure process.

Thunder Bay is home to a Canadian Food Inspection Agency office (CFIA), where the federal district veterinary staff are employed.  The Thunder Bay veterinary community meets regularly for continuing education and to promote community health initiatives through the Lakehead Veterinary Association.  Here you will find welcoming colleagues to support your practice and meet other veterinarians from across Northwestern Ontario.

Contact a local veterinary clinic to discuss career options and practice opportunities.

Doctors in Thunder Bay are well compensated and enjoy a  as well as short commutes and all the stress-free convenience that comes with a relaxed lifestyle. Learn more about livingworking, and academic opportunitiesin our community.


Veterinary Clinics in Thunder Bay and Area

Crossroads Veterinary Clinic
3142 West Arthur Street  Rosslyn, ON P7K0P3


Highview Animal Clinic
860 Red River Road  Thunder Bay, ON  P7B1K2


Meadows Animal Clinic
644 Arthur Street West  Thunder Bay, ON  P7E 5R8


Northwestern Veterinary Hospital
1160 Oliver Road  Thunder Bay, ON  P7B 7A4


Slate River Veterinary Services (large animal services)
215 Scoble Townline Road  Neebing, ON  P7L 0C2


Thunder Bay Veterinary Hospital
920 Carrick Street  Thunder Bay, ON  P7B7C6
(807)623-3531 | Careers

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