• spaying/neutering

  • Vaccinations

  • Nutritional counselling

  • Orthopaedic surgeries

  • Soft tissue surgeries

We are Passionate About Compassionate Care- Vet Clinic

At Ambassador Animal Hospital, your pet's health and comprehensive care is our top concern.

We are Passionate About Compassionate Care!

Your Pet's Health & Comprehensive Care is Our Top Concern

At Ambassador Animal Hospital, your pet's health and comprehensive care is our top concern. Proudly servicing the Windsor area for the past 7 years, we continuously provide you with the best medical services possible and strive to protect your pet from diseases which can be prevented. Whether your pet requires a routine visit or check-up, or emergency service for a more life-threatening situation, our friendly, knowledgeable staff is equipped to accommodate your specific needs with our various veterinary services, which include dentistry, nutritional counselling, spays/neuters, grooming and vaccinations.

New Patients & Walk-Ins Welcome

New patients and walk-ins are always welcomed at Ambassador Animal Hospital. However, we prefer appointments whenever possible. To schedule an appointment, please contact us! For a better idea of our capabilities or to see our dedicated team in action, please see our photo gallery!

Special Promotions – Our Ongoing Educational Effort

As part of our ongoing effort to better educate our clients, we have a monthly feature focusing on a different area of veterinary medicine. Please visit our monthly health topic page for more vital information about this month's topic or be sure to check out our Educational Video Library!

Our Recent Posts

  • Top 3 Tips For Proper Dental Care Of Your Pet
    Every February we host a campaign to spread awareness for optimum dental care of your pet. Taking good care of our pet’s periodontal health is very necessary as sometimes the infection of mouth can enter the blood stream and even damage the internal organs! Here are 3 life-saving pet dental c
  • It’s Time To Re-establish The Bond With Your Senior Cat
    With age, the needs and preferences of your cats change a considerable degree. They do not remain as agile as they were in their young years and show visible signs of weakness. This is that phase of their life when they need extra care and efforts from your side: they seek more love and attention on
  • 3 Common Senior Dog Diseases
    Time just passes in the blink of an eye and the furry puppy that seemed so energetic a while ago turns into a mellow senior citizen all of a sudden. Old age is irrevocable and all we can do to care for our canines in their senior years is to alleviate their pain and suffering in best possible manner
  • 5 Tips To Deal With Your Arthritic Senior Cat
    Living with a senior cat is a whole different experience in itself as compared to rearing a young kitten. In old years, cats tend to develop a lot of illnesses which leads to pain and discomfort of not just the pet but owner too! Arthritis is a common senior cat disease that affects around 90% of th
  • Indoor & Outdoor Exercises For Your Senior Pet
    In senior years, our pets do not remain as active as they used to be when they were young and healthy. They do not jump that high and do not run with the same pace which was an effortless activity for them till a couple of years ago. Osteoarthritis, dysplasia, rheumatoid arthritis and Lyme disease a