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mild myxomatous mitral valve disease. There was no evidence of occult dilated cardiomyopathy. Four days after initial evaluation, there was no evidence of weakness or rhythm disturbances; serum electrolyte concentrations were within reference ranges

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infectious myocarditis, but this was considered unlikely given the lack of infectious agents in the local area and the dog's lack of recent travel history. Occult cardiomyopathy was also possible. Footnotes a. Pagewriter TC70, Philips, Markham, ON

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Doberman Pinschers is 7.3 years in males and 8.6 years in females. Although dogs of other breeds that have occult disease can have an extended survival time of up to 4 years, overt DCM in Doberman Pinschers is rapidly progressive. 12 Treatment of DCM in

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