Heart failure in dogs is caused by heart diseases. Sadly, your furry friend can be prone to such diseases. Heart failure in dogs happens when the dog’s heart is not able to pump blood properly to the rest of the body.
Water is essential for all creatures on this planet. It’s vital for survival and body functioning. When your dog is losing more water and electrolytes than they are taking in, dehydration happens and the dog’s body will break down.
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