The Cat Doctor of Dover A Feline Only Veterinary Hospital, Dover, New Hampshire

187 Watson Road
Dover, NH 03822
603-742-MEOW (6369)
Hours: M-F, 8-5:30 pm
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The Cat Doctor of Dover provides compassionate care for our feline patients, along with empathy and courteous service to our clients. And we strive to nurture the special human-animal bond that exists between them. The Cat Doctor of Dover is an excellent, high quality, state-of-the-art veterinary facility for cats only.

   Hundreds of cats are euthanized each year.

The reason? August is the peak mating month for cats,
which leads to overloaded clinics in December and January -
NOT as is commonly thought, because furry gifts are returned.

   So NOW, during mating season please keep your cats indoors, especially after dark. Better yet, please have them spayed/neutered at The Cat Doctor.

   Unsterilized cats have a biological drive to procreate. This involves marking their territory, increased hunting of wildlife, roaming for mates, and competing with rivals which result in fights that can lead to serious injury, not to mention noisy disturbances to your neighbors.

   Changing topics, now that summer heat is upon us, make sure there are several sources of fresh water for your pet - especially indoors - and make sure that it's fresh daily. A good chore for someone!

   And don't forget the litter box! It should be changed whenever they go - if you can. Just take the soiled litter/poo, put it in a small lunch bag (best to use an old metal serving spoon to do this), and then toss the bag into the outside trash. Much nicer for all that way. You might keep a small dust buster nearby too. Cats like to be very clean, so help them out! Also a good chore for someone!

   Actually, it's a good idea to keep your cats indoors, especially after dark or during inclement weather. Get your pet a night visible collar too and a name tag. Remember, the Cat Doctor can implant a pet ID chip, so please ask us about it when you visit.

   We can't say this enough. Please make sure your cat's teeth are in tip-top shape and you'll prevent many problems, not to mention making your pet comfortable. Read more about it here. See why here.

Further your education on this topic here: Cat Dental Care 101.

For instance did you know that 85% of adult pets have dental disease? And that it's the single largest cause of health problems in cats?

So, please, always remember to ask Doctor Young about your pet's dental condition.

   For some more interesting cat facts and some amusements
visit our Cat Nips page. Welcome to the Cat Doctor

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For Portsmouth area Emergencies Call 603-431-3600 or 603-430-PETS to reach:
Veterinary Emergency Critical Care and Cancer Treatment Center of NH, 15 Piscataqua Drive, Newington, NH 03801, across from the Fox Run Mall, is open 24/7 for pet emergency referrals.

For Brentwood and those further south emergencies Call 603-642-9111 to reach:
Veterinary Emergency and Surgery Hospital, 175 Route 125 Brentwood, NH is open 24/7 for pet emergency referrals.

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