• 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

  • Strongyloidiasis: A Rare Intestinal Parasitic Infection in Pets
    Strongyloidiasis is a parasitic infection that is not common yet can be life threatening for the life of your pet. Thus, detailed knowledge of this infection is really crucial. Strongyloidiasis is caused by the parasite scientifically named Strongyloides stercoralis . It is usually found in unhygien
  • Cryptosporidiosis: Common Intestinal Parasite Disease in Cats & Dogs
    Dogs and cats are highly prone to an intestinal parasite named Cryptosporidium that enters the pet’s body orally if they ingest infected feces, water or food. Kittens and puppies are commonly affected by this disease due to their weak immunity and proper medication is required for the cure. S
  • Learn About Coccidiosis- A Parasitic Infection In Pets
    It is common for pets to be affected by parasites during their life span. You need to know that this infection is curable but timely actions need to be taken for that. Keep in mind that a parasitic infection can be cured in few days, but not taking right steps can even lead to the death of an animal
  • Symptoms That Show Your Pet is Having Intestinal Parasites!
    Your pet is closest to you, by being your favorite who interacts and finds happiness in you. Since you understand the habits and response of your pet, you would be able to notice any changes in its behavior. You need to stay alert about these changes other than keeping routinely checkups of your pet
  • Why You Should Protect Your Pet Against Heartworms In Winters Too?
    Winter is a season that we consider as the harbinger of a great relief from ever troubling parasites – mosquitoes. This is the moment of the year that we think that now it’s not the time to give heartworm preventives to your pets as no mosquitoes means no infestation! Well, you are wrong!!! Vets