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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What Are The Last Stages Of Congestive Heart Failure In Dogs

What Are The Last Stages Of Congestive Heart Failure In Dogs

Several factors can result in CHF. Some dogs are born with congenital heart defects that contribute to this condition, but they don't present themselves for years. Congenital heart disease is rare but can be very serious for your dog. Our Boulder vets will explain to stages of CHF and what to look out for.

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Pulmonic Stenosis in Dogs

Pulmonic Stenosis in Dogs

Pulmonic stenosis (PS), is the third most common congenital heart disease in dogs. If you are concerned your dog might be suffering from this condition, this article from our Boulder vets will give you all the information you need to help your dog.

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Pericardial effusion in dogs & cats

Pericardial effusion in dogs & cats

Pericardial effusion can be very dangerous for your pet so it's important to know what to look out for and when you should bring your pet into Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology. Today, our Boulder vets will explain pericardial effusion and how it's treated.

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Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

It can be scary if your cat suddenly stops eating. You may not know what is wrong or what to do? Our Boulder vets share some common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to tell if it’s an emergency.

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How Often Should I Take My Cat to the Vet?

How Often Should I Take My Cat to the Vet?

Your cat means the world to you, and you want to do everything you can to make sure they live a long and healthy life. Today, our Boulder vets explain how often you should take your cat to the vet for routine checkups and preventive care.

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Arrhythmia in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatment

Arrhythmia in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatment

Arrhythmia in dogs is not uncommon. Many dogs can live perfectly happy, healthy lives but unfortunately that is not always the case. An arrhythmia in your dog could be a sign of an underlying condition. Our Rocky Mountain Veterinary Cardiology vets will provide you with information on arrhythmia, what to look out for and what treatment can be done.

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Nutrition For Dogs With Heart Disease

Nutrition For Dogs With Heart Disease

If your dog has been diagnosed with heart disease, there could be ways of managing the condition through nutrition. Today, our Boulder vet specialists share tips on feeding your pooch a low-sodium diet to help treat heart disease.

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Mitral Disease In Dogs

Mitral Disease In Dogs

Mitral valve disease in dogs is a serious condition that can lead to blood leaking during heart muscle contraction. This can cause further issues like heart murmurs and more serious consequences to your dog's health. Today, our Boulder veterinary specialists discuss mitral valve disease in dogs including signs and treatments.

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CT Scans For Dogs

CT Scans For Dogs

To help you understand why your four-legged family member may need a CT scan, our Boulder vets explain what CT technology is used for and what you should expect when you take your dog in for diagnostic imaging.

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Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) in Dogs

Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) in Dogs

Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) in dogs can cause oxygenated blood to 'short cut' incorrectly, making it harder for the heart to distribute it to the rest of the body. Today, our Boulder vet specialists discuss PDAs in dogs, including symptoms, causes and treatment. 

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