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Dogs with heart problems treated with Viagra

By : Jo Keyte | Published : Friday October 15, 2010 | Posted in : Men's Health | Comments
Dog treated with impotence cure

It seems impotence and erectile dysfunction treatment, prescription Viagra now has other uses besides treating men with erection problems.

The famous blue pill is now being used to treat man’s best friend, dogs that suffer from heart problems.

Now, pet owners across the globe aren’t slipping their furry friends erection pills on a daily basis to treat their dodgy hearts. Instead, pets are being prescribed and fed a special beef flavoured, liquid version of the famous male impotence treatment.

Most people naturally wonder how Viagra sildenafil will help pets that suffer from heart conditions, but it can in fact save lives by stabilising the blood pressure in animals.

One dog that was prescribed Viagra for his heart condition was Talisker, a three year old border collie that belongs to former pub landlady Lesley Strong, from Yardley Hastings, Northants. A lung infection left him unconscious whenever he got excited as his blood was not being pumped around his body fast enough. The doggy style Viagra helped to improve his blood flow to the heart, giving him a new lease of life.

Some vets have also prescribed Viagra for animals with heart problems, only to have their owners cheekily ask to be prescribed some too- though for other reasons!

Veterinary research has shown that Viagra sildenafil can also be used for the treatment of heartworms in dogs. Fortunately, Viagra does not cause the same erection inducing effects in our four legged friends as it does humans. This means you can rest at ease when you return to your house and your pet is wagging its tail in its excitement at seeing you again.

In the past doctors have also prescribed the impotence cure for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension in humans.

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