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of the heart dilate, they pump blood less effectively, and dogs develop lethargy, weakness, coughing, rapid breathing, and congestive heart failure. In at least one presentation in 2019, an FDA representative said 93% of dogs identified in DCM

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blood to the tissues, and coughing, high respiratory rate, and abdominal distention, secondary to increased pressure in the veins that carry blood to the heart and congestive heart failure. Large- to giant-breed dogs and Cocker Spaniels appear to have

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’ of veterinary clinics prompts FTC action Care report suggests SARS-CoV-2 transmission from cat owners to cat to veterinarian Congestive heart failure indication gains conditional approval New animal disease reporting rules may arrive

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Dobermans more than any other breed, according to researchers. The inherited disorder can cause sudden death or can eventually lead to congestive heart failure. “Important questions have arisen during these evaluations, and we have now launched a

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of congestive heart failure in beef cattle in a feedyard at a moderate altitude in western Nebraska” Best JVDI Brief Communication Dr. Jennifer L. Jones, Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine, for “Whole genome sequencing

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South for nearly 30 years. In the mid ‘90s, he once had a client refuse to see him. The client said his dog “ain't seein’ no colored doctor,” even though his small dog was suffering from congestive heart failure and needed immediate care. Dr. Draper

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known association with DCM. DCM is one of the most common heart diseases of pet dogs, causing chambers of the heart to dilate and pump blood less effectively. Dogs can develop congestive heart failure or unexpected death. The disease historically

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: “Pivotal clinical field study to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of investigational veterinary product compared to furosemide for the treatment of pulmonary edema related to congestive heart failure in dogs with chronic valvular heart disease (CVHD

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Pinscher dogs with congestive heart failure secondary to dilated cardiomyopathy,” Texas A&M University. • AAHSD004790: “Silencing the canine SOD1 gene in central nervous system for treatment of degenerative myelopathy—a pilot study,” North Carolina State

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