Blood Pressure Reference Ranges

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Introduction

The following reference ranges for blood pressure indicate the variability between breeds in dogs. Common trends are for canine giant breeds to have a slightly lower than average blood pressure, and for racing breeds such as greyhounds to have a slightly higher than average blood pressure.

Dogs

Breed Systolic Pressure (mmHg) Diastolic Pressure (mmHg)
  • Labrador Retriever


  • Golden Retriever


  • Great Pyrenees


  • Yorkshire Terrier


  • West Highland Terrier


  • Border Collie


  • King Charles Cavalier Spaniel


  • German Shepherd


  • Terrier


  • Bull Terrier


  • Chihuahua


  • Miniature Breeds


  • Pomeranian


  • Beagle


  • Dachshund


  • Saluki


  • Greyhound


  • Pointer
  • 118±17


  • 122±14


  • 120±16


  • 121±12


  • 126±6


  • 131±14


  • 131±16


  • 132±13


  • 136±16


  • 134±12


  • 134±9


  • 136±13


  • 136±12


  • 140±15


  • 142±10


  • 143±16


  • 149±20


  • 145±17
  • 66±13


  • 70±11


  • 66±6


  • 69±13


  • 83±7


  • 75±12


  • 72±14


  • 75±10


  • 76±12


  • 77±17


  • 84±12


  • 74±17


  • 76±13


  • 79±13


  • 85±15


  • 88±10


  • 87±16


  • 83±15


Cats

Systolic Pressure (mmHg) Diastolic Pressure (mmHg)
  • 124±16
  • 80±14


Horses

Systolic Pressure (mmHg) Diastolic Pressure (mmHg)
  • 112±14
  • 70±14


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