PURINA INSTITUTE WEBINAR:

heart valves

CLINICAL & NUTRITIONAL
MANAGEMENT OF MMVD IN DOGS

23 JUNE, 12:00–1:25PM CST / 18:00–19:25 BST

1 in 10 dogs has heart disease, and myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD) is the most common heart disease in dogs.

Dogs with MMVD appear healthy – they show no outward signs of heart disease—until they experience clinical heart failure. Now, a specific Cardiac Protection Blend of nutrients has been demonstrated to help improve heart function and slow disease progression in dogs with early stage MMVD.

Learn more during this special cardiology webinar with presentations by John D. Bonagura, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology and Internal Medicine) and Dottie Laflamme, DVM, PhD, DACVN. There will also be a live Q & A with the speakers, so please submit your questions in the Q & A box located lower on the page.

French webcast will take place 12:00 CET, 24th June

German webcast will take place 19:00 CET, 24th June

Italian webcast will take place 13:30 CET, 24th June

Russian webcast will take place 18:00 CET, 24th June

Spanish webcast will take place 15:00 CET and 21:00 ART, 24th June

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