Patients with congestive heart failure

live 75% longer

when co-managed by a board-certified veterinary cardiologist and their primary care veterinarian.

Did you know

Heart disease in pets can often remain hidden until advanced stages, but with early diagnosis and appropriate treatment, your pet can live a longer, healthier life with you and your family!

Assessments for the risk of anesthesia

When a heart murmur or arrhythmia is detected on a pre-anesthetic examination, a cardiology workup is essential to determine anesthetic risk and create an appropriate anesthetic plan.

What will I get?

A comprehensive treatment plan for the prevention of heart failure
Safe and effective long-term management of heart disease
Improvement and maintenance of quality of life
Direct line of communication for ongoing questions or concerns

What is a Board-Certified Veterinary Cardiologist?

A board-certified veterinary cardiologist is a specialist with advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions/diseases of the heart and circulatory system. After veterinary school, continued education is required: including a one-year internship, a specialized residency training program (usually 3-5 years), followed by passing rigorous board examinations in their field of expertise. We work along-side primary care veterinarians to make sure that families know all their options and pets get the very best veterinary care.

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