Viagra Helps a Dog’s Heart

IngridIngrid, a dog, was suffering from a severe case of heartworms. Vets at a local shelter said that Ingrid’s heart was beginning to fail due to the 14 pounds of extra fluid from the worms breaking up and clogging her blood vessels.

Fortunately, Ingrid stayed strong and she finally pulled through with the help of her vets, but her heart was badly damaged and couldn’t pump on its own.

One vet had the answer: Viagra. Viagra was initially a heart medication and the vet said that: “the drug dilates the veins and allows more blood flow to the heart. That is just what Ingrid needs to survive.” It seems to be working and Ingrid is back to her normal self with a little help from Viagra.

4 Responses to “Viagra Helps a Dog’s Heart”

  1. furmom says:

    So, those guys on TV are actually speaking Dog!

  2. Andrea says:

    I sure hope Ingrid doesn’t end up going blind.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Huh?

  4. karen says:

    Where do you send pills or moneys?


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