Letters August 2005 Issue

Hitting Some Nerves

I would love to see some future articles regarding hypertension in dogs (which I was informed is very rare). It is unfortunate that I did not know that my dog had hypertension until she suffered a hemmorrhage in her right eye, which led to further diagnosis of the mass. I am surprised that unlike humans, who get their blood pressure checked every time they go to any doctor, you have to see a specialist to get a petís blood pressure checked, and you have to get a referral just to see the specialist!

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