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October 10, 2012
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Heart disease in dogs and cats is caused by either a genetic predisposition or a physical trigger, such as enzyme deficiencies or hyperthyroidism. Genetic heart disease is called congenital and non-genetic heart disease is called acquired heart disease.There are some breeds of dog that are very prone to heart disease, such as Newfoundlands, Dobermans, and Great Danes. Some breeds, such as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, are genetically likely to develop a heart murmur, which leads to heart disease.
The symptoms and treatments for heart disease may vary based on what’s causing the disease in your pet.
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