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Re: Finding a consensus on canine chronic valvular heart disease Hi again Peggy, I'm confused with your cardio vet.... When Bailey went into his vet on 3/12 they did xrays and it showed that he had severe cardiomegaly (heart
Karin Corlett
10:07
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Re: Finding a consensus on canine chronic valvular heart disease Rod Is there a blood test that can done that would confirm he is in heart failure? Peggy Sent from my iPhone
Peggy
07:34
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Re: Finding a consensus on canine chronic valvular heart disease Hi Rod Thank you for this information. This new information re confirms that Pimo should not be added until Rudy is in CHF. With that being said since his
Peggy
07:31
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Finding a consensus on canine chronic valvular heart disease "Finding a consensus on canine chronic valvular heart disease". By Dr. Clarke Atkins.
rod.russell39
22 Apr
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Italian investigator finds cavaliers' mitral valve disease is tied t Italian investigator finds cavaliers' mitral valve disease is tied to chronic inflammation.
rod.russell39
22 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Linda Were can I get the k9 immunity supplement that you have Smores on and is that the actual name of the supplement? Thanks Peggy Sent from my iPhone ...
Peggy
22 Apr
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Re: Digest Number 1141 Hi Lisa : I know Lisa¡¯s Tillie was a Pap and she also has a chi with early MVD. My Mickey is a Papillon , Maisy is a Chi ¡© and then I have a toy poodle
Elke Roland
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Hi everyone S'mores is 10 now And has been on meds for several years now. His Vet has him taking the K9 immunity supplement. One daily . Vet says they usually
linda.katsekas
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Hi Elke, I too would be interested to hear about which supplements are good to use to support my Rudy's heart and to better his health. I have been giving all
Peggy
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Your welcome Karin. Yes it looks like we are going through this together and knowing we have so much knowledge and support from so many in this group is so
Peggy
21 Apr
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Re: Digest Number 1141 Lisa and Elke, Do both of you have papillons? They don't seem to have quite the same issues as the Cavalier. See below. Whether these differences cause
lisa6677
21 Apr
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Re: Digest Number 1138 Hi Peggy, In Prada's case, I would have waited to put him on it until I saw signs of decompensation especially with a ruptured chordae tendinea knowing what I
lisa6677
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Thanks. CAROL! I haven't met her, will tomorrow morning. I know I'll fall in love, though. Will also be interviewing walkers, and talking to her vet. I need to
Diane Moore
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Oh that poor girl. If the other is the harder of the two to place, it sounds like the culprit. That poor girl has probably been tormented by the other that she
carololiverwinston
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption She's being given up by owner since a puppy, due to incompatibility with their other dog, who would be harder to place.. 5 years old, and I haven't seen the
Diane Moore
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Can you take a couple days off, just for the first couple weeks? Please share, is it a boy or girl? color? carol c ... From: "Diane Moore"
carololiverwinston
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Yes, I'm researching for a dog walker now. I can't commit to adopting this five year old darling till I have a reliable walker. Thanks!
Diane Moore
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption My experience with the 3 rescues that I have had, it is best not to leave them alone for extended periods. The rescue groups I have worked with usually want to
Rita Bray
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Diane, I assume your name is Diane?? Thank you for adopting!! I think the 2 days of work would provide adequate time for play and exercise and would allow
carololiverwinston
21 Apr
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Re: Adoption Considering it's only 2 days a week, that may work out okay. Geri
bensmom6708
21 Apr
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Adoption I'm not sure I'll like the answer, but....how hard on an adopted dog would it be if the owner had to work two days a week. I would be gone almost fourteen
Diane Moore
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds4/21/14 Elke, What supplements do you give and can these be bought at a regular store or at the vet's. Is there a web site that you use for supplements? Karin KARIN
Karin Corlett
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Hi Peggy and Karin: We have focussed a lot of discussion lately on the meds prescribed by cardiologists for MVD . Do not forget the supplements ¡ we all do
Elke Roland
21 Apr
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Re: Question on starting heart meds Peggy, Thanks for your support! I can't believe the support I am getting from the group.. It sounds like Rudy and Bailey are going thru this together... Karin
Karin Corlett
21 Apr
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Re: 4/21/14 Lisa, thanks so much for your response for Bailey. I'm so glad that Tillie lived that long and in good health - I only hope that will be Bailey's
Karin Corlett
21 Apr
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Introducing the CavalierHealth Fund, charitable trust Introducing the CavalierHealth Fund, a charitable trust dedicated to help cavalier King Charles spaniels live longer, healthier lives. CavalierHealth Fund is
rod.russell39
21 Apr
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Re: Digest Number 1138 Thank you all for sharing your experiences with all these meds for MVD. It is a big responsibility and decision to make as our beloved companions MVD
Peggy
20 Apr
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Re: Digest Number 1138 I’ve got a 8 year old Ruby boy. He came into rescue with a grade 5 mitral valve and in CHF, fluid surrounding his heart as well as an enlarged heart that
GMac999
20 Apr
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Vetmedin Similar to Lisa╣s experience ¡ My papillon Mickey presented in middle of night with massive pulmonary edema/heart failure ¡ he had ruptured chordae
Elke Roland
20 Apr
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Re: Vetmedin My Tillie also had ruptured chordate and lived 2 years past what the vets said…on Vetmedin. Tillie walked 2 miles a day and never even appeared sick. So
Lisa Bakalars
20 Apr
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