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A 6-year-old 38.8-kg castrated male Rottweiler was presented to the University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center because of vomiting and labored breathing. The dog had a history of surgical mass removal from the ventral aspect of the neck 5 days before presentation and amputation of the right pelvic limb as a juvenile. On examination, the dog was dull but responsive. Rectal temperature was 37.5 °C, mucous membranes were pale, and capillary refill time was 2 seconds. The heart rate was 260 beats/min. A heart murmur was not appreciated, and heart sounds were decreased. Increased bronchovesicular sounds were present dorsally

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association