Ferret Vets in New Hampshire


(Ferret Vets in New Hampshire – I’m always happy to add sites which have been recommended by other ferret owners so if you have a good ferret vet who is not listed here, please let me know and I’ll put the details on this page … I reckon it’s great to have a list of vets we know are good so that if our ferrets ever get sick, we’ll feel comfortable in the knowledge that our pets will get the best treatment possible from a vet who knows what he’s doing!)



Amherst Animal Hospital (Amy H Hollengreen, VMD)

Hillsborough County Veterinary Hospital (Robin Porter, DVM) (Listed on the AFA vets’ page)

Ponemah Veterinary Hospital



VCA Riverside Veterinary Hospital



Fisherville Animal Hospital & Bird Clinic



Handel With Care Veterinary Hospital (Dr Eugene Handel)



Fremont Animal Hospital (Stephanie Andruskevich, DVM)



Hampstead Animal Hospital (Michael R Fraysse, BS, DVM)



Northside Animal Hospital (Winifred Krogman DVM) (Highly recommended by a ferret owner)

Queen City Animal Hospital (Paul Comeau, DVM)



Lowell Road Veterinary Center (Dr Sudha Komma)



All Creatures Mobile Veterinary Service (Sarah Curry DVM) (Highly recommended by a ferret owner)

Plaistow-Kingston Animal Medical Center (PKAMC) (Dean Wallace, DVM)



VCA Lakes Region Veterinary Hospital



Stonecliff Animal Clinic of New Hampshire



Lockridge Animal Hospital



Marlborough Veterinary Clinic (Robert DeSena, MS, DVM) (Recommended by a ferret owner)



Animal Hospital of Nashua



VCA Animal Medical Center



Salem Animal Hospital



Exotic Pet and Bird Specialty Clinic of New Hampshire (Michael A Dutton, DVM, DABVP)

Weare Animal Hospital (Michael A Dutton, DVM, DABVP)



Canobie Lake Veterinary Hospital (Melissa Magnuson, DVM)




(Last updated August 2015)


DISCLAIMER: The vets listed have either been recommended, or have advised me personally that they are happy to treat ferrets, or have mentioned that they treat ferrets, exotic pets &/or pocket pets on their website. However I have no firsthand knowledge of how experienced any of the vets are with ferrets.
It is up to you to make sure that you are happy with the treatment your ferret is getting from your vet. If you have any doubts at all, please think about getting a second opinion so that you know that your pet is getting the best possible treatment available.


While I have made every effort to ensure that the information contained on my page is free from error, I don’t warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information.

4 thoughts on “Ferret Vets in New Hampshire”

  1. Best Friends Animal Hospital in Manchester, NH, will not treat or even look at Ferrets. I contacted them today and they refused. You should remove them from this list.

  2. Thanks so much for the heads up, Joseph!
    I’ve removed both clinics from Manchester – I made the list up 4 years ago and I guess the vets who were ferret-friendly have moved on and the ones who took their place don’t have a clue about our babies.
    Will try and find ferret clinics in Manchester when time permits!

  3. I brought mine in April to one in Manchester that charged me 200 just to refer me to Dr. Dutton in we are. Now I go straight to we are animal hospital every time. Had surgery for obstruction in April and just went back 4 months later for stomach ulcers (not related to earlier surgery)

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