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    1. Heart Murmurs in Dogs | VCA Animal Hospital

      • A Grade I murmur is very soft or quiet, may only be heard intermittently, and is usually only heard in one location on the chest, while a
      • An innocent or physiologic heart murmur is a heart murmur that has no impact on the dog's health. It is very common for young puppies, especially large breed...

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    2. My pet was diagnosed with a heart murmur! What does that mean? - Metropolitan Veterinary Associates

      • Loud heart murmurs (Grade 3-4/6 to 6/6) in a new puppy or kitty should be evaluated by a cardiologist. This may indicate that congenital (present at birth) heart disease is present. The cardiologist will perform an echocardiogram as well as other tests (EKG, blood pressure, etc...

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    3. Heart Murmurs in Dogs | petMD | Grading Scale for Heart Murmurs in Dogs

      • Heart murmurs can occur in both dogs and cats. If you would like to learn more about how they affect cats, please
      • Grade I—barely audible. Grade II—soft, but easily heard with a stethoscope.
      • Puppies with low grade murmurs, for example, may require little or no treatment and the murmur may resolve...

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    4. Heart Murmur in Dogs – American Kennel Club

      • Heart murmurs in dogs are graded on a scale of one to six. Grade I murmurs are the least serious and are barely detectable with a stethoscope.
      • Diastolic heart murmurs are rare in dogs. The most common condition associated with diastolic murmurs is aortic insufficiency, which is when the aortic...

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    5. How Long Can a Dog Live With a Heart Murmur? - Dogs Health Problems

      • Heart murmurs in dogs are simply abnormal swishing sounds produced by the heart. The best way to describe the sound of a heart murmur is hearing a “lub-swish-dub” sound instead of
      • ” Many puppies and kittens have heart murmurs that they outgrow, but usually these are grade 1-2 murmurs.”~

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    6. Heart Murmur in Dogs: Should You Be Worried? | Grade 6 – The murmur has reached the peak of its loudness. The vibration can be felt without touching the walls of the chest with the stethoscope.

      • Heart murmur at grades 1 and 2 may only be heard intermittently and only on the side of the heart where the problem is. At this stage it does not usually
      • If heart murmurs are diagnosed in puppies, a veterinary doctor will not usually prescribe treatment for them as the sound normally goes away in a...

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    7. Heart Murmurs in Dogs | Innocent ‘flow murmurs’ are the most common type of heart murmur detected in puppies. These disappear by 5 months of age

      • Heart murmurs in dogs can develop at any stage of their life. However, the significance of the heart murmur can be very different depending on the
      • However if a puppy has a loud murmur (grade 3 or louder), or if the heart murmur is still easily heard with a stethoscope after 4-5 months of age, the...

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    8. heart murmur in puppy | Forum

      • I have a heart murmur myself which comes and goes, doctors say its not an
      • These may come from abnormal valves, holes in the various walls of the heart, etc.
      • I have a foster puppy that has a bad grade 5 and thus far (fingers crossed!!) she...

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    9. Grade 6 Heart Murmur - Dogs - MedHelp

      • My friends puppy of 5 months has just been diagnosed with a grade 6 heart murmur.
      • There is a human drug called Enalapril (sp?) that has been approved for use in veterinary medicine that can be given to dogs to maintain their blood pressure at a safe level for a dog with a murmur.

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    10. Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs | Treatment of a Heart Murmur

      • While cats and puppies can have innocent murmurs, virtually all murmurs in adult dogs indicate structural heart disease.
      • Grade 4 = a moderately intense or loud murmur, detected over several areas, usually both sides of the chest, however, a precordial thrill (vibration) is not detected in this case.

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