The last Cavalier we lost passed quickly at home. She was eating well, not having difficulty breathing, running around with ease. She was almost 11 years old,carolpfriicom
It is so hard to lose our precious Babies. This site is so helpful not Only for information but also for all of the support and understanding of how stronglinda.katsekas
Do what your heart tells you if it gives you peace. MVD can affect multiple organs or they might have had nothing to do with each other just a cruel twist oftooetpulik
Owners of all breeds of dogs are welcome here. This is a group for members to come together to share treatments, experiences, advice, support, and hope to those who's dogs suffer from this affliction. We have an extensive Files and Links section. Research is ongoing into this disease, and it is hoped that eventually early-onset MVD will be eradicated from our beautiful breed. We will notify our members of new information about MVD as and when we receive it. We also encourage you to check out the MVD webpage at http://cavalierhealth.org/mitral_valve_disease.htm
(Photo: List member Debra Orenstein's Ollie, who died of heart failure at age 8 years in October 2010)
- Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
- Sep 30, 2005
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