Pets with CHF can display several symptoms. Some of these are coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. You may even mistake one of these symptoms for a sign of a less serious condition.
For example, if your cat is constantly coughing, you may think that they have hairballs. While hairballs certainly aren't as serious as congestive heart failure, you never want to realize late that your pet has the more serious condition. Take them to the vet promptly if their coughing worries you. Natural diuretics for dogs with CHF can sometimes be recommended by your veterinarian.