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Issue 49 | 03/02/12

Timely Treatment of Your Pet’s Cardiovascular Condition Can Save Its Life

This week's issue focuses almost exclusively on helping you to keep your pet's heart healthy. Our feature article covers the most common symptoms of cardiovascular disease, while our health and emergency sections go more in-depth on the topic.

From our selected breeds to blogs and news, petMD wholeheartedly helps you to care for your pets.


Abnormal Heart Rhythm

A slow heart rhythm can affect your cat's breathing and energy levels.

Heart Failure

Early warning symptoms include bluish skin, difficulty breathing, and coughing.

Conjoined Tortoises Go On Tour

The 2-headed, 6-legged, heart-shaped tortoise is displaying two distinct personalities.


Great Dane

Best known for its role as Scooby-Doo, the affectionate Dane lives large in both size and personality.

If Pets Had Thumbs

From texting to opening the fridge, a world of possibilities awaits the day when pets finally have thumbs!

Maine Coon

It's no surprise that this gentle giant of the cat world is one of the most popular breeds in the U.S.


Housecats Going Wild

Yet another reason to keep your cats inside: Disease transmission and a potential risk to human health.

Heart Disease in Cats

In honor of American Heart Month, Dr. Huston thought it would be a good idea to talk about heart disease.

When Pups Won't Share

Resource Guarding is an anxiety disorder that requires a calm, consistent response.

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