• 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

  • Spaying/ Neutering In Cats
    Just like dogs, cats also need to be spayed/ neutered surgically to prevent them from unwanted pregnancies. This is a popular method of controlling pet overpopulation among pet owners throughout the world. In this procedure, reproductive parts (ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus in female cats; tes
  • How Does Spaying Change Your Dog’s Behavior?
    When your female dog is around 6-9 months old, she would enter her reproductive phase. Around this time, they start producing a hormone called estrogen and go into ‘heat’ or estrus cycle, making them sexually active. Spaying is as we discussed in our last blog, a surgical procedure to control th
  • Medical Benefits Of Spaying/Neutering Dogs
    Spaying is a surgical procedure performed on female dogs to control pet overpopulation. Although the general spaying age is 6- 9 months, healthy puppies of up to 8 weeks can also be spayed. Older dogs have higher chances of developing post operative complications especially if they are overweight.
  • More Information On Cat Allergies
    In our last blog we discussed the various symptoms of cat skin allergies which could be a result of Atopy (inhalant allergy), contact dermatitis and food allergies. Studies suggest that avoidance is the best treatment for both contact dermatitis and food allergies. However, cat owners can also try c
  • Identifying The Various Cat Skin Allergies
    Cats, as every cat owner would know are pretty secretive and maintain a mysterious aura around them. Due to this, their owners have to be a little more observant about any abnormal behaviour changes or physical anomalies so as to detect any allergies they might be infected to. Some of the common cat