The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society Veterinary Clinic is accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario to offer services to the public. The primary focus of the clinic is spaying and neutering dogs and cats, although other services such as vaccines, microchips, and parasite treatments will also be offered at the time of surgery.

The clinic is a high volume, self sustaining operation. The public, shelters and rescue groups are welcome, regardless of geography or income level. The pet overpopulation crisis is a direct result of animals left unaltered, so spay or neuter your pet today!

Prices are available here. Please note that additional services (vaccines, etc) are only available at the time of surgery.

The clinic is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. You must have an appointment, we do not accept walk-ins.  Appointments for feral cats are normally booked on Mondays; we understand that sometimes feral cats may not cooperate with your efforts trap them but we ask that you try to be realistic with your feral cat appointment bookings.  All feral/ community cats brought in a live trap will be eligible to receive the community cat package FREE with their spay or neuter surgery!  For more on our community cat package please visit http://windsorhumane.org/feral-caregiver-program/.

To make an appointment, please call the clinic at 519-966-1118

The veterinarian reserves the right to decline surgery candidates should she feel the pet will be at too great a risk during surgery/anesthesia.

All pets are dropped off the morning of surgery at a specified time. The clinic staff reserves the right to refuse late admissions. Please ensure your pet is on a leash or in a carrier. To avoid long wait-times in the morning, we ask that surgeries are paid for in advance if possible. You are to pick up your pet after surgery the same day.

It is important that your pet not eat the night before/morning of surgery, please remove their food by midnight the night before surgery. Your pet can have unlimited access to water.