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Hypertension (high blood pressure)

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Hypertension (high blood pressure)

Hypertension (high blood pressure) has long been known to be a problem in people and is being increasingly recognised in pets. Hypertension is very common in older people and is often associated with smoking, or with stressful living. In animals, hypertension is almost always caused by an underlying disease.

What is blood pressure?

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What causes hypertension?

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Why does hypertension cause problems?

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What signs does hypertension cause?

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How will my vet know my dog has hypertension?

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How is blood pressure measured?

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What is the normal blood pressure range for a dog?

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Can hypertension be treated?

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