Left-Sided Versus Right-Sided Congestive Heart Failure In Your Dog

Is one worse than the other? Are they treated differently?

Our clients who come to see us at our hospital for small animals often become extremely alarmed if we say their dog has heart failure. They think the word “failure” means the heart has stopped working and they have to put down their dog. Not so. Heart failure, known medically as congestive heart failure, means […]
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