A pet’s cardiovascular system is composed of a heart with chambers and ventricles, veins and arteries, just as a human’s is. Because of its intricacies, a pet’s heart is prone to various debilitating and life-threating conditions and diseases. Often, the sooner these illnesses are diagnosed, the more positive a pet’s outlook is. For this reason, it is important to seek veterinary care when you first notice a change in your pet’s normal temperament.
To learn more about various cardiovascular ailments and symptoms to look for, click the links below. Please contact our office if you have any questions or would like to schedule a veterinary examination.
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