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Coventry Animal Hospital

Veterinary care provider to northern Chester county and the surrounding tri-county area.

Reader's Choice Award Winner!
Pottstown Mercury
Readers' Choice Awards
Best Groomer

Best Groomer - Carol Ronca

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Business Hours
Monday - Thursday 730a - 730p
Friday 730a - 5p
Saturday 8a - 12p
Surgery Available Monday - Thursday
House Calls with Dr. Rich Call for Availability!
AAHA-Accredited

Pet Boarding in Pottstown, PA

Coventry Animal Hospital offers boarding on site. Our professional staff will treat your pet as if he or she was their own. We have individual playtime with your pet at no additional charge and have indoor/outdoor runs for your dog’s convenience. Cats stay in a separate area from the dogs so they are comfortable and protected. We want your pet’s stay to be a fun, happy, and healthy experience.

Our boarding is open 6 days a week. You can pick-up or drop off your pet Monday through Friday either in the morrning between 7:30-9:30am or in the evening between 5:00 and 7:00pm. On Saturday, pick-up and drop off times are 8:00 through noon. Feel free to call us at (610) 323-9454, or schedule an appointment or for pricing information. We welcome all pets close to Pottstown, PA including Spring City, Phoenixville, Boyertown, Gilbertsville and Royersford. We are located right off of 422.

Vaccination and Physical Exam Requirements:
All pets are required to have a physical exam within one year of boarding. We will be happy to accommodate your pet(s) at our facility even if they have had an exam at a different veterinarian. However, our veterinarians will do a brief check up on your pet(s) before their stay in order to gain a baseline of their health.

We require all dogs to be vaccinated against canine distemper, Rabies, and Bordetella (kennel cough). We strongly recommend vaccinating for canine influenza since your dog will be in close proximity with others.

  • The Bordetella vaccine must have been administered 5 days prior to boarding.
  • We require all cats to be vaccinated against feline distemper and Rabies.
  • All pets must be finished with their whole series of boosters before boarding.

Feeding:
It is best for your pet’s health to bring us the same food he or she eats at home. Your pet may not want to eat the food we have to offer, and can actually develop diarrhea or vomiting from the diet change. Still, some dogs are less sensitive than others, and we offer Hill's Science Diet for Sensitive Stomach's as an in-house food option.

Luggage:
Your pet is welcome to bring along their favorite toy, blanket, and treats. Please be sure to bring items in a labeled bag so nothing is misplaced.

Drop off and pick up:
Our kennel is staffed by a qualified veterinary medical staff. Because our kennel operates within the confines of a busy vet hospital, we ask that you adhere to the posted drop off and pick up times so that we can take care of you and your pet(s) quickly and effectively upon your arrival.

Bathing & Routine Vet Care:
If you would like your pet to have a bath prior to returning home, let us know when you are scheduling your boarding appointment. We are able to provide routine vet care during your pet's stay as well. Required vaccines and physical exams must be performed prior to your pet's stay, but we can give non-core vaccines and perform nailtrims, anal gland expressions, and other minor services for your convenience while your pet is staying in our kennel..

Medical Care:
The biggest advantage of boarding here at Coventry Animal Hospital is that we have a fully trained staff of veterinary technicians caring for your pet. If your pet is on medication, we will administer it on a daily basis at no additional charge. If your pet needs medical attention during his/her stay, there is no better place to be than Coventry Animal Hospital!


Pennsylvania State law requires that all dogs have a current license and rabies vaccination. If your dog is not licensed you can be fined by the state's dag warden. While the lack of a dog license will not prohibit boarding, please be aware that the dog wardens routinely inspect kennels in the state of Pennsylvania. If your dog is boarded on a day when there is an inspection, this kennel will not be responsible for any fine imposed required by state law.