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Congenital heart diseases Owner Factsheet

Bringing a new puppy into the family is an exciting time and should be a time of great joy. It can be particularly distressing to find that your new arrival has a problem. It is important that you get your new puppy checked over by your vet so that any obvious problems can be identified before you become too attached to it.

What is a congenital disease?

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Why has my pet got heart disease?

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What are the signs of heart disease?

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Which heart diseases are common?

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How do vets diagnose heart defects?

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Can congential heart disease be treated?

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Will my pet get better?

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