• spaying
  • vaccinations
  • Nutritional-counselling
  • Orthopaedic
  • Soft
  • 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

  • Taking Care Of Your Dog’s Teeth Is Easy!
    It’s never too late to start giving attention to your pet’s dental health (or yours for that matter). Here are some tips to help you get started on keeping your dog’s pearly whites clean and strong: 1. Oral care routine- Plan out and schedule an oral are routine for your dog at least twice
  • Some FAQs Related To Senior Pet Care
    With the onset of the first month of this fresh year, we would like to bring your attention to the well being of senior pets. Here are some of the most Frequently Asked Questions by the owners of senior pets we encounter in our regular veterinary practise: Ques 1. When does my pet get old? Ans
  • Senior Pet Bird Health Problems
    Senior or ‘geriatric’ birds often have special needs and health care requirements than those in their prime. Here are some of the common health conditions faced by senior pets- their causes and symptoms-    Vitamin A deficiency- The major cause of hypovitaminosis A in birds is primarily du
  • Taking Care Of Canine Arthritis In Senior Dogs
    Arthritis, also called the degenerative joint disease, although can happen at any stage of the life, is more common in older dogs. With early diagnosis and treatment, you can give your geriatric dog the love and care it deserves at the right time. Here are some common symptoms for arthritis to look
  • Help Your Older Pets Live A Happy & Healthy Life In Their Grey Years
    If and when you know that your pet is going through the rough patch in his life and experiencing age-related issues, it would be best for you to arrange a consultation appointment with your local veterinary clinic and discuss the possible solutions with the vet professionals. Some of the main areas