Dr. Sue Hornemann


A 1990 graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College, Dr. Sue joined NOAH in 2016 after practicing for 26 years in the Milton and Oakville Area. When asked why she chose this career, Dr. Sue responded, “I didn’t really ever choose to be a vet. I don’t remember ever wanting to do anything else and I feel, to this day, that this was what I was meant to do. It’s not what I do, it’s part of who I am.”

Dr. Sue’s wealth of experience spans all areas of general practice including emergency and internal medicine, dentistry and surgery (including orthopedics) and pediatrics. Her compassionate, soft and caring approach helps her patients (and their owners) feel at ease. She has a deep understanding of the bond between pets and people and strives to provide both a professional and personal connection with her patients and their people.

When she is not working, Dr. Sue enjoys spending time with her husband (her university sweetheart) and their 2 daughters. A member of the Caledon Riding Club, she is an avid horsewoman and enjoys riding and hanging around the barn with friends. In addition to her human family, she shares her home with Tori, a Golden Retriever, Ringo the cat and a budgie named Jaws. Dr. Sue also enjoys watercolour painting, hiking, and gardening.