I TAKEN HER TO THE VET BECAUSE IT SEEM LIKE SHE WAS IN ALOT OF PAIN, HER BELLY WOULD TIGHTEN AND SHE WOULD START SHAKING AND YELPING, SHE DID THIS FOR ABOUT THREE DAYS ; THEN I TAKEN HER TO THE VET. SHE IS A VERY PASSIVE AND LOVEABLE DOG, MY BABY. I SAY NOW MY DOG HAS A BIG LOVING HEART. SHE WEIGH 11LBS. SHE ACTS LIKE HER NORMAL SELF NOW, SINCE SHE STARTED ON HER MEDS . SHE IS ON ENALAPRIL 5MG A HALF OF TABLET A DAY. THIS DON'T REALLY HAPPEN TO SMALL BREED DOGS DOES IT? I AM TALKING ABOUT AN ENLARGED HEART. SO HOW LONG DOES A DOG LIVE WITH THIS . SHOULD SHE BE ON ANY OTHER MEDS OR DIET IS THERE ANYTHING YOU CAN TELL ME THT WOULD HELP ME; PLEASE MOMMY LITTLE GIRL . I LOST MY OTHER DOG OF OLD AGE OF 19 HE WAS MY SON THAT ALMOST HAVE OF MY LIFE; DIED IN MY ARMS, COULDN'T PUT HIM DOWN . I LET GOD DO HIS JOB; THAT WAS ABOUT 1 AND A HALF YEAR AGO , HIS NAME WAS MR. BONES. MY BABY NOW I HAD HER FOR THREE YEARS HER NAME IS CHERRY, I CAN'T HANDLE ANOTHER ONE OF MY KIDS LEAVING ME. SO PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN. A LOVING MOMMY TO MY CHERRY GIRL SHE ALWAYS SO HAPPY. WHAT SIGNS SHOULD I BE LOOKING FOR WHEN IT GETS CLOSE TO THAT TIME?
Sweetie, I really do feel for you because my lovely girl, Misty means the world to me, so I know how you must be feeling.
I have no knowledge of the heart problem, no experience of this. I wonder, if you asked your question on the Ask A Vet Expert Forum, you might get really good professional answers from the vets there.
There is no good time to have to say farewell to a good dog who is often closer to you than some humans. Even at age 19 it felt too soon, I know. But oh my gosh! How you must have loved and cared for that dog, like an angel. Because 19 is a very good old age for Mr Bones to pass away.
I wish your lovely little Cherry well. I will say a prayer for her, and hope that the medicines work well for her.
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