Wells Dog and Cat Hospital is dedicated to providing quality medical and surgical service to dogs and cats. Our goal is to enable and assist our patients to live long healthy and happy lives.
Emery Santerre DVM has over 30 years experience treating dogs and cats in Southern Maine. He has a loyal following and is always pleased to meet new pets and clients. Our staff, all enthusiastic pet owners themselves, have many years of experience in animal health care. They are happy to greet you and facilitate your requests. We pride ourselves on prompt care and attention to your needs.

Wells Dog and Cat Hospital
418 Sanford Road
Wells, ME 04090

Phone: 207-646-8323
Fax: 207-251-4899
E-mail: wellsdogcat@gmail.com
Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12 noon
Sunday 9am - 10am (boarders)

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Laser Treatments

Low density laser treatments are now available at Wells Dog & Cat Hospital. Laser treatments have been shown effective in relieving discomfort of arthritis and speeding the healing process when administered before and after a surgical procedure. They are usually most effective when given several times over a 10-14 day time period. Ask Dr. Santerre about his thoughts if you are considering laser treatments for your pet. Then ask him about the effect on his senior black lab.


Tick season is here and indications are that it will be a banner year for the little pests. We have several products that can help you to help your pets with the battle. Tickborne Lyme disease is a reality in this area. Give us a call or stop by to see which product is best for your pet.


Wells Dog and Cat Hospital's staff comes from all across Southern Maine and New Hampshire with one goal, to give the kindest, most compassionate, and effective care possible. Come meet us!


We know how hard it can be when the animals you care so much for are not feeling well. Here at Wells Dog and Cat Hospital, we offer a range of services to help them get back to feeling fine as soon as possible.



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