Is congestive heart failure in dogs painful?

Answer On One Hand: Dogs Compensate WellCanine congestive heart failure is the inability of the heart to pump blood at the optimum value and pressure. In the early stages, dogs can compensate well for dec... Read More »

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What is congestive heart failure in dogs?

Congestive heart failure in dogs happens when the heart muscle weakens to the point that it is no longer able to pump blood efficiently enough to keep up with the body's needs. Once this happens, i... Read More »

Stages of Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs?

Congestive heart failure is a problem which affects all types of dogs, but may be caused by different problems in some breeds. Smaller dogs are most likely to develop congestive heart failure from ... Read More »

Is congestive heart failure curable?

On One Hand: Causes of Congestive Heart FailureThe National Institutes of Health defines heart failure as the weakening of the heart's ability to pump all the blood it receives. When it can't pump ... Read More »

Outcome of a patient in the ICU for Congestive Heart Failure?

No he won't die, the fluid will be taken out by injections if he is breathing on his own and not on ventilator. No specific percentage can be given in acute pulmonary congestion, as chances decreas... Read More »