Cardiac disease is prevalent in pets

05/7/2012 | InsideToronto.com

According to veterinary cardiologist Michael O'Grady, 10% of dogs and 15% of cats develop cardiac disease, which, if left untreated, can lead to heart failure. The best way for cardiac disease, which can be congenital or acquired, to be detected is through regular veterinary exams, Dr. O'Grady writes.

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