Our veterinary cardiologists share helpful information about heart health and conditions for our clients and their beloved pets in the Boulder and Denver areas.

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Heart Disease in Dogs

Heart Disease in Dogs

Just like humans, it is quite common for dogs to suffer from heart disease. In this post, the vets at Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology share some of the common causes, symptoms, and treatment options for dogs with heart disease. 

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Heart Failure in Cats

Heart Failure in Cats

Heart failure in cats happens when their cardiovascular systems are no longer able to adequately pump blood throughout their bodies. Today, our Boulder vets discuss the signs of heart failure in cats and potential treatment options. 

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Heartworm Disease in Cats: Symptoms & Prevention

Heartworm Disease in Cats: Symptoms & Prevention

Heartworm disease is a serious parasite-borne condition that can impact your cat's health, resulting in heart failure, lung disease, and even death. Here, our Boulder vets explain why the prevention of this disease is so important. 

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Heart Murmurs in Dogs: Causes & Prognosis

Heart Murmurs in Dogs: Causes & Prognosis

Heart murmurs are abnormal heart sounds that vets can hear by listening with a stethoscope. There is a wide range of causes for heart murmurs in dogs that can range from no impact on your pup's health to a more severe prognosis. Today, our Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology vets explain. 

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Is my dog overweight?

Is my dog overweight?

Carrying extra weight can have negative effects on your dog's overall health and can increase their chances of suffering from conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and joint pain. Today, our Boulder vets share some signs that may indicate that your dog is overweight, and what you can do to help get your pet's weight back on track.

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How to Keep Your Pet's Heart Healthy

How to Keep Your Pet's Heart Healthy

Just like humans, pets can suffer from a variety of heart conditions. While not entirely preventable, there are lifestyle measures you can take to promote good heart health in your pet. Today, our Boulder vets share advice for keeping your pet's heart healthy and signs they may be dealing with a heart-related issue. 

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Dogs with Enlarged Hearts (Dilated Cardiomyopathy): Causes, Treatments & Symptoms

Dogs with Enlarged Hearts (Dilated Cardiomyopathy): Causes, Treatments & Symptoms

Dilated cardiomyopathy—or an enlarged heart—is a condition that can affect dogs with a wide variety of causes and potentially severe effects. Here, our veterinary specialists explain this serious condition's causes, symptoms and treatments to our Boulder and Denver area clients. 

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Heart Disease in Cats: Types, Symptoms and Treatments

Heart Disease in Cats: Types, Symptoms and Treatments

Heart disease is a serious medical condition in cats that requires urgent care. If not promptly treated, feline heart conditions can cause congestive heart failure. Here, our veterinary cardiologists share the types, symptoms and some treatment available for heart disease in cats in Boulder, Denver and beyond. 

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What Is An Atrio-Ventricular Heart Block: Diagnosis and Treatments

What Is An Atrio-Ventricular Heart Block: Diagnosis and Treatments

Heart block is when the electrical signals sent to your pet's heart from their brain aren't properly conducted from the top to the bottom of your companion's heart. This cardiac issue can be quite serious if not identified and addressed. Here, our veterinary cardiologists explain what it is, its diagnosis and the treatment for heart block in pets to our Boulder and  clients.

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Congestive Heart Failure in Pets

Congestive Heart Failure in Pets

Congestive heart failure—also called CHF—is a condition where fluid builds up in your pet's heart, lungs and abdomen as a result of heart disease. Here, our veterinary cardiologists explain what congestive heart failure is, what causes it, how we can monitor for it, and how we treat Boulder and Denver area pets.

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