Rover The Rhine is a Black-owned full-service veterinary hospital in Over-the-Rhine (OTR) near Downtown Cincinnati, Mt. Adams, Mt. Auburn and the West End. Rover The Rhine practices preventive care, general surgeries and dentistry. They have everything you expect in the best veterinary hospital.
This pet clinic includes a dental cleaning suite, radiology, and surgical suites as well. Diagnostic capabilities include in-house blood and the latest laboratory instruments for internal medical diagnosis.
Rover The Rhine is partnered with a mobile ultrasound technician to provide the latest in visualization diagnostics. Rover The Rhine is also set up to provide home delivery for prescription medicines, prescription diets, preventatives first parasites, and other items your pet might need.
You can also communicate with Dr. Cat via two-way chat on our app. You and your family pet do not have to travel far for your pet to receive the best quality in veterinary medical care.
Dr. Catalan (Dr. Cat) has been practicing in Cincinnati for over twenty years. She is a graduate of Howard University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in zoology. Dr. Cat earned her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Michigan State University. Dr. Cat specializes in small animal preventive care and is also a certified veterinary acupuncturist.
Rover The Rhine is located on the corner of Race St. and 9th St downtown. The building is the host of the famous Fiona Mural. Some free parking is available and there is plenty of public parking on the block.
Dr. Cat opened RTR downtown to provide veterinary care for the growing downtown population and to provide a valuable service for the existing downtown residents. Dr. Cat has received many awards throughout her career, and she was the first Black Veterinarian to be elected as the president of the Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association in 2016.
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