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Dog Heart Disease

valve and into the lower right chamber, also called the right ventricle. The blood is then pushed through the pulmonic valve and into the lungs. Here, the blood is reoxygenated before reentering the heart into the left atrium. Finally, the blood passes through the mitral valve back into the left ventricle where the cycle begins again. Flawless execution of this cycle is characteristic of a healthy canine heart. On the other hand, disease of this…

Dog Difficulty Breathing

…heart and lung area and cause pressure on the lungs. • Giant dogs such as s are at high risk for congestive heart failure and cardiomyopathy. • Toy breeds and small dogs can have a collapse of the trachea, chronic mitral valve disease or bronchitis.Symptoms • • Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath. • • Coughing It is advisable to consult with your veterinarian if any of these symptoms occur. Your veterinarian will conduct several studies…

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

…heart disease, and adequate exercise can help ensure their health in old age.Ownership: These small, joyful dogs are excellent companions, as they want nothing more than to love and be loved. They should not be left alone for long periods of time, since they require attention and companionship to thrive; therefore, they should not be kept outdoors. They can have a number of serious genetic disorders, including mitral valve disease and…

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