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Aortic thromboembolism (femoral artery occlusion) is a condition which results from a blood clot dislodging within the aorta, leading to the interruption of blood flow to tissues served by that portion of the aorta, which include the legs, kidneys, intestines, and brain.
Aortic thromboembolism is rare in other breeds and is not clinically important in most dogs because of adequate collateral circulation.
See these veterinary reports for details about this disorder in cavaliers.
Arthritis (osteoarthritis) is the most commonly diagnosed joint disease in dogs.
An idiopathic form of arthritis, causing recurring episodes of lameness and joint swelling, has been reported in a cavalier King Charles spaniel in at least one published veterinary journal article.