Dog Portacaval Shunt (liver Shunt) Charleston WV

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Animal Care Assocaites, Inc
(304) 344-2244
840 Oakwood Road
Charleston, WV
Services
We provide quality pet care for dogs, cats, birds, and also exotic animals
Hours
7:30 to 7:30 M-F / 8 to 4 Sat / 9 to 3 Sun

Kanawha Boulevard Animal Hsptl
(304) 343-3261
2636 Kanawha Blvd E
Charleston, WV

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Kanawha City Veterinary Hosp
(304) 925-4974
5405 Maccorkle Ave SE
Charleston, WV

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Animal Emercency Clinic Inc
(304) 768-2911
5304 Maccorkle Ave SW
Charleston, WV

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Armentrout, Delane, Dvm - Cross Lanes Veterinary Hosp
(304) 776-4501
524 Old Goff Mountain Rd
Cross Lanes, WV

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Isaac, Amy, Dvm - Valley West Veterinary Hosp
(304) 343-6783
201 Virginia St W
Charleston, WV

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Valley West Veterinary Hosp
(304) 343-6783
201 Virginia St W
Charleston, WV

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Dunbar Animal Hospital
(304) 766-6407
1419 Dunbar Ave
Dunbar, WV

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Cross Lanes Veterinary Hosp
(304) 776-4501
524 Old Goff Mountain Rd
Cross Lanes, WV

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Vca Academy Animal Hospital
(304) 727-2442
2374 Cleveland Ave
Saint Albans, WV

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Dog Portacaval Shunt (liver Shunt)

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Canine Portacaval Shunt (liver Shunt) Information

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∗Typical treatment and expenses (if provided) is based on historical data from Trupanion.

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Portacaval shunt (liver shunt) Description:

Portacaval shunt is a liver shunt. Dogs are born with this problem when the embryonic blood vessel within the liver does not go away, allowing blood to bypass the liver processing, resulting in neurological and other problems.

Typical Treatment and Expenses∗:

Treatment can range from $50 to $4,000 depending on severity.

Dog Breeds Prone to Portacaval shunt (liver shunt):

Cairn Terrier Havanese
Italian Greyhound Japanese Chin
Maltese Shih Tzu
Tibetan Spaniel Yorkshire Terrier

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