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3 Ways Heart Problems in Dogs Will Change Your Daily Routine

Canine heart disease is a serious problem, but one that can be dealt with if detected early enough. The treatment and management of this condition might require some substantial changes to the way you live with your dog. Read

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3 Ways Heart Problems in Dogs Will Change Your Daily Routine By Sam Bourne

Canine heart disease is a serious problem, but one that can be dealt with if detected early enough. The treatment and management of this condition might require some substantial changes to the way you live with your dog.

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4 Common Causes of Heart Failure in Dogs By Meredith Alling

Heart failure isn't something that just happens overnight. It is possible to try to prevent this serious condition by proactively taking your dog to the vet for routine checkups. Learn more about the most common causes of heart failure in dogs.

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4 Dangers of an Enlarged Heart in Dogs By Ellen Thompson

An englarged heart in dogs can be potentially fatal if not diagnosed and treated promptly. So it's important to know the causes, symptoms, and possible dangers of an enlarged heart.

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5 Facts on Heart Disease in Dogs and Cats By Robyn Johnson

The Top 5 Facts about heart disease will help you keep your pet safe, or on the road to recovery.

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5 Facts on Heartworm Disease in Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Heartworm infections can and will turn into heartworm disease if left untreated and can be potentially fatal to your dog. Keep these five facts in mind when dealing with this condition.

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7 Risk Factors for Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs By Jesse Feldman

Congestive heart failure is a an extremely dangerous diagnosis and if left untreated, it can be fatal. Learn what the risk factors are here.

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7 Things You Are Probably Not Doing to Prevent Heartworms and Intestinal Worms By ROIHigh

Being a pet parent to a cat or a dog is not something to take lightly. They need care just as much as children do.

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Advantage II vs Advantage for Cats and Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Pet owners have been relying on Advantage products for top notch parasite control for many years. Some may wonder how Advantage II compares with first generation Advantage.

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Can People Get Heartworms? By Jesse Feldman

The possibility of your pet contracting heartworm disease is probably already more than you want to consider. Can those heartworms infect you or your family as well? Can people get heartworms? Find out here.

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Dilated Cardiomyopathy In Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Dilated cardiomyopathy is a heart condition found in dogs where the heart becomes enlarged and has a difficult time pumping and distributing blood throughout the body. This dangerous conditions is one of the leading causes of heart failure. For some unknown reason, there are some breeds are genetically pre-disposed than others. Find out here what symptoms to look out for, so that you may get your dog diagnosed and treated sooner than later.

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Dogs with Congestive Heart Failure By Team PetCareRx

Congestive heart failure in dogs is easy to miss. Learn how to identify and treat dogs with congestive hearth failure.

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Don't Let Heartworm Get Your Pet's Heart By Madeleine Burry

Heartworm disease can lead to severe health problems and even death if left untreated. Learn how to prevent and treat the condition here.

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Dosage Info for Clavamox for Dogs and Cats By Team PetCareRx

Clavamox(Amoxicillin and clavunate potassium) for dogs and cats, treats a variety of infections caused by bacteria such as treating wounds and abscesses.

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Heart Disease in Dogs and Cats By Robyn Johnson

Heart disease in dogs and cats can develop for multiple reasons, and show in different symptoms. Here's what you should know about heart disease in pets.

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Heartgard FAQs - Everything You Need to Know By Sam Bourne

Heartgard helps to protect our cats and dogs against the ever-looming threat of heartworm infection. Keeping our pets safe from this potentially life threatening disease, Heartgard can be a great way to arm your pet against these vile creatures, but it helps to know all the facts before putting your pet on any new medication. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions about Heartgard.

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Heartgard Plus vs. Heartgard for Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Heartgard Plus and Heartgard for Dogs are two of the leading heartworm preventatives on the market. Although their names are similar, they actually have some key differences. Find out more here to help better decide which medication is the best for your dog.

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Heartworm Causes By Madeleine Burry

Don't let your dog fall victim to heartworm disease. Learn about the life cycle of heartworm inside your dog here.

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Heartworm Medication - Dog Heartworm Prevention Meds By Team PetCareRx

There are many different types of heartworm medication, ranging from chewable tablets to spot on treatments. Learn about the different options here.

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Heartworm Medicine for Dogs and Cats: Comparison Chart By Team PetCareRx

Use PetCareRx's chart to compare major heartworm medicine for dogs and cats to help you decide which brand is best for your pet.

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Heartworm Symptoms - The Four Stages of Heartworm in Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Heartworm symptoms can be subtle and tricky to detect. Learn more about heartworm symptoms here.

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Heartworm Tests Explained By Team PetCareRx

Heartworm disease can be hard to detect in its early stages. That's why it's important that you test your dog regularly.

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Heartworms in Dogs - Symptoms You Should Know By Team PetCareRx

Early detection of heartworms can protect your dog from serious illness or worse. Read about heartworms in dogs and how to combat them at PetCareRx.

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High Blood Pressure in Dogs & What it Means for Your Pet By Sam Bourne

High blood pressure in dogs is a dangerous and potentially lethal condition that is difficult to diagnose, but something that needs to be tested for nonetheless. Knowing your dog's blood pressure is important, and while it might not be a routine part of a veterinary checkup, it's worth mentioning to your vet. Here's why.

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How Do Dogs and Cats Get Heartworm Disease? By Gina Carey

Heartworm disease can potentially be fatal to your beloved dog. Learn how a single bite from a mosquito can put your dog at risk.

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