Chippawa Animal Hospital Veterinarians (Niagara Falls Vet)



  • Client Privilege Cards (Phone # to reach our vet after hours—exclusive to established clients)
  • Small Animal Medicine
  • General Surgery for Cats and Dogs
  • Wellness and Preventive Medicine
  • Wellness Payment Plans/Exclusive to CAH Clients
  • Dentistry
  • Acupuncture
  • Puppy Classes (free to our clients)
  • Cat Boarding (limited availability)
  • Housecalls
  • Pet Insurance Submissions on client’s behalf

Payment Methods

Interac Debit, Visa, Mastercard, Cash (sorry we do not accept personal checks)
Additional Financing offered through PetCard Financial Institution

Apply easily & quickly for Petcard  1 of 3 ways:

  • Online at
  • By phone 1-888-669-9876
  • By faxing an application (available at reception) to 1-888-689-9862

Be sure to visit:

  • and search Chippawa Animal Hospital for a video about our services

Chippawa Animal Hospital is a Niagara Falls veterinary practice. We have been dedicated to serving our four-legged friends in the Niagara Region since 1991. In addition to animal medical care, Chippawa Animal Hospital offers wellness treatment, acupunture, pet insurance submissions and housecalls.

Ask us about our Client Privelege Cards on your next visit.

You can also find us at our new Facebook page. Be sure to Like our page for updates, pet stories and more. Ask us about being featured on the page on your next visit!


Monday 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Tuesday 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Wednesday 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Thursday 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Friday 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
Saturday 8 A.M. – 1 P.M.
Sunday Closed

Emergency #: 905-641-3185

Latest Newsletters

Fleas on your Pet & in Your Home 

Did you know that ONE FLEA can cause an infestation of 2000 fleas in your home in just 4 months? Often as the summer months wind down, people start to notice flea infestations – this is not because their pet suddenly has fleas, it’s because the infestation has been growing […]

Heartworm Q&A

What is heartworm? Heartworm is a parasite in the heart and blood of dogs. How do they get it? Heartworm is passed when a mosquito bites an infected dog, then incubates the larva and eventually passes the larva to another dog. How likely will this happen? The disease does occur […]

Heat Stroke

HEAT STROKE Hyperthermia (Heat Stroke, Heat Prostration) Recognize the signs: Initially the pet appears distressed, and will pant excessively and become restless. As the hyperthermia progresses, the pet may drool large amounts of saliva from the nose and/or mouth. The pet may become unsteady on their feet. You may notice […]

Pool Proof your Pet

POOL PROOF YOUR PET It’s important to know…… All dogs can’t swim. If your pet loves the water but isn’t the best swimmer there are doggy-lifejackets on the market. Remember, a life jacket is not a substitute for human vigilance. Exit strategy Pools are deadly traps for your pet as […]

Facts & Myths about Ticks

Facts & Myths about Ticks MYTH #1  The best way to remove a tick is with a lit match, fingernail polish, or petroleum jelly FACT:  None of these methods cause the tick to “back out”, and all of them may actually result in the tick depositing more disease carying saliva […]

Links to informative websites we recomend

Client information, links to sites we recommend     Pet Loss– FAQ, End of life Care, Helping children when they lose a pet – type in “pet loss” in the ASPCA website Adopting a Pet – Before you get a pet, visit this resource site designed for pet owners. Canadian Veterinary Medical Association […]

Common Pet Toxins — What to be Wary of & What to Look for

According to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, the ten most frequently reported calls involve items that are readily found in most households but yet are not always perceived as poisonous. The list below lists many common pet toxins that you should make efforts not to expose to your pet. Be […]

Holiday Hazards

Click here for a holiday treat recipe Protecting your pet over the Christmas Holiday During the holiday season there are all kinds of foods and new things around the house that your pet may be very curious about.  If you have the kind of pet that likes to sample all […]


Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Everyone likes to involve their family pet in any festivities.  It’s important to keep in mind, though, that not all Halloween activities are fun or safe for pets. Here are A few Simple Precautions to Help You Have a Hallowing Good Halloween!! ID Your Pet  The constant opening and […]

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