Researchers have found a cure for dogs with a rare, potentially deadly form of heart arrhythmia. The new, minimally-invasive procedure uses radio frequencies delivered by catheter and has a 95 percent success rate, most of the time after only one treatment.
Tachycardia in dogs is, simply put, an abnormally rapid heart rate. It is usually characterized by heart rates greater than 140 bpm in large dogs, 160 bpm in medium sized dogs, 180 bpm in small dogs, or 220 bpm in puppies and can result in heart failure or death. Here is what you should know.
With pet obesity on the rise, it’s crucial your pooch gets regular exercise to keep fit and live a long life; here are 10 diverse ways to keep Fido fit and have fun.