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October 11, 2012
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Heart disease in cats and dogs can be difficult to identify before heart failure, because it may in fact be asymptomatic, or without any symptoms. This can be problematic if the heart disease is progressing quickly and needs medical attention before heart failure becomes a likelihood.
If your dog or cat is exhibiting any symptoms of heart disease, it is crucial that you seek veterinary attention. Your vet will be far more likely to identify signs of heart disease just by performing a simple physical examination.
Heart disease symptoms can be categorized into behavioral and physical symptoms.
Once you’re at the vet’s office, your vet may perform one or more tests.
Once all necessary tests have been performed, your vet will then determine the proper treatment.
This information is for informational purposes only and is not meant as a substitute for the professional advice of, or diagnosis or treatment by,your veterinarian with respect to your pet. It has, however, been verified by a licensed veterinarian for accuracy.
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