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Why wasn’t cardiomyopathy listed as an expensive pet condition?

By: Dr. Jon Rappaport

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Our question this week was:

Hi Dr.Jon, I have several Maine Coons with cardiomyopathy. It is by far the most expensive disease I have treated in my pets. Even more than cancer. Why was it not listed as an expensive health issue?

Thanks,

Jay Wilson


Answer

Hi Jay – thanks for your email. I agree with you that feline cardiomyopathy can be a very expensive condition to treat. I went back and looked at that list – and it was not for the most COMMON and Expensive conditions. I think that cardiomyopathy is not as common as the other diseases listed.

Best of luck!


Dr. Jon




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