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  • Jan 09 2015

    Ten Tips for Your Pets and Cold Weather from Coventry Animal Hospital

      Feed your cat canned food. It is important that all cats receive some canned food as part of their diets as this is a better source of protein and…

  • Jan 02 2015

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

      Have you thought of any New Year’s resolutions for your pet? We at Coventry Animal Hospital would like to offer a few suggestions for a happy and healthy 2015:…

  • Jan 01 2015

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    Happy New Year, We would like to thank all of our clients for supporting us last year. We look forward to helping you look after your animals this year too….

  • Dec 19 2014

    Merry Christmas

    Check out these cute pictures from our Christmas open house!   Click on the links below to find out how to keep your pet safe over the holidays. Holiday Hazards…

  • Dec 12 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital Discusses Seizures in Pets

    What are seizures? Seizures are episodes of abnormal brain activity that may result in loss of consciousness and involuntary movements. What causes seizures? There are many different causes of seizures….

  • Dec 05 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital asks What is Appropriate for a Dog to Chew?

    Chewing behavior is normal in dogs and this is especially true of puppies.  However, the idea that all dogs should chew bones is controversial. Before giving your dog a bone…

  • Nov 28 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital Discusses Diabetes Mellitus

      What is diabetes? Diabetes is a complex endocrine disorder where the body either does not secrete enough insulin or the body’s tissues become resistant to insulin. Insulin is required…

  • Nov 21 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital looks at Common Eye Conditions

    Eyeballs are a delicate miniature world of their own.  They are crucial for sight, but there are many conditions that affect the eyeballs and the structures associated with them.  It…

  • Nov 14 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital Explains a Common Cause of Sneezing in Cats

    Feline upper respiratory tract infections are a frequent cause of sneezing in cats; often with goopy, green or blood-tinged snot and watery eyes.  The cat may sound congested and cough…

  • Nov 07 2014

    Coventry Animal Hospital Discusses Pancreatitis

      What is pancreatitis? Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas that can occur in both dogs and cats. The pancreas is the organ responsible for producing insulin, as well as…