White Coat Hypertension

Yes, dogs get it, too.

White-coat hypertension is now a well-known phenomenon in people. In response to the stress of being in the doctor’s office, some patients’ blood pressure rises higher than it normally does, so it is difficult for the physician to obtain an accurate reading. It turns out the same thing can happen to dogs. One study of […]
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