Peggy, it sounds like you already are doing all of the right things to combat vitamin D deficiency. -- Rod Russell Orlando, Florida USA
INTERNATIONAL TEAM OF CARDIOLOGISTS AND NEPHROLOGISTS ISSUE A CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON CARDIO-RENAL DISORDERS.
Thanks for your response, Rod and I appreciate your thoughts on this matter. My Rudy is due for his blood work so I will ask our vet to include checking for
Peggy, the article doesn't say whether supplementing vitamin D would make a difference. However, it is possible to over-do vitamin D. Since this study involved
Hi Rod After reading this article I'm wondering if giving our cavaliers a vitamin D supplement would help with their heart enlargement and at point in time
JAPANESE RESEARCHERS FIND THAT VITAMIN D CONCENTRATION DECLINES WITH THE PROGRESSION OF MVD IN DOGS, INCLUDING CAVALIERS.
STUDY OF MVD-AFFECTED DOGS SHOWS A PROGRESSIVE INFLAMMATORY COMPONENT
UK RESEARCH POINTS TO GENE EXPRESSION CAUSING THE TRANSITION OF CELLS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MVD IN CAVALIERS. Mitral Valve Disease and the Cavalier King
Thank you, Rod. Always appreciative to get more information! Mary From: "rod.russell39@... [MVDincavaliers]" To:
Thank you for the information. Sent from my iPhone
Elin, this a great article for all of us to learn about different types of medical situations with our Cavaliers hearts. It is not about you. This is a list
Elin, I think it is "news" because it is rare, but it did happen. Dr. Sleeper, who at the time was in charge of the cardiac department at PennVet, the
Not sure why this is news. I have a Cavalier in congestive heart failure. The article is not helpful at all. Elin
Very sorry to hear about your dog Linda. I would be very intrerested hto hear what medication these dogs were on. Always sad. Pat Morris M.R.C.V.S.
Rod Thank you for sharing/ This is exactly how S'mores died The tear in the left atrium. Sent from my iPhone
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