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A four year old male Spitz dog was presented with approximately a month old history of progressive depression, inappetance and lethargy. Clinically investigation showed leukocytosis, neutrophilia and monocytosis. Rectal temperature was 103°F, both rate and effort of respiration were increased. Heart rate was 110 b. p. m. with a bounding pulse and an audible cardiac murmur over the left heart base. The animal collapsed the next day and a necropsy examination was carried out. Large vegetationsdoi:10.18805/bkap131 fatcat:pk2ts2qg2rfj7epak74tygd5ve