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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...


    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...


    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...


    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...


    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.”~


    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...


    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...


    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...


    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.


    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.