One word is all it takes. 
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a) Anorexia

b) Coughing
c) Excessive urination
d) Subcutaneous edema

Cats with heart disease most often display anorexia (A) and subtle dyspnea and tachypnea. However, an owner may not notice changes in a cat’s breathing until it is in severe respiratory distress. Unlike dogs, cats with heart disease rarely cough (B). Heart disease does not typically cause excessive urination (polyuria) or excessive drinking (polydipsia) in any species (C). Peripheral or ventral subcutaneous edema (D) is a common sign of heart disease in horses and cattle, but not in cats.

How to play Petco + Vetco Total Care Trivia at Fetch Long Beach:

1. Answer at least 10 questions correctly on the game board in your conference tote bag.
2. Look around Fetch for more fun pet and vet trivia.
3. Drop off completed sheets at Petco Booth #839 where you can also pick up extra game boards.

We’ll draw 3 game boards at random for a $100 Visa gift card

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