My 1 year 2mo old male English bulldog was diagnosed with severe Pulmonic Stenosis over the weekend. He was seen by the ER cardiologist, who did an EKG and said, in his opinion, there was nothing he could do. My husband works with Cardiac surgeons in the OR daily and is extremely familiar with the heart. He asked the cardio some very direct questions regarding treatment and the anatomy in question and the doc didn't have answers for us. My husband seems to think he 1. Didn't have the full state of the art diagnostic tools available, (he said he trouble seeing what he needed to see) and 2. Wasn't comfortable surgically working on a bulldog. We spent $2,0000 in two days at that ER and walked out just as confused as when we went in. We are seeking a second opinion from a Cardiologist 2 hours away, who performed successful surgery on a friends bully who had a vein wrapped around the pulmonary artery. We are willing to spend whatever we have to in order to give Diesel the best care possible. I've never seen by husband cry-until we got home from the ER that night. My question is this: Has anyone been given this diagnosis and had a positive outcome? Aside from keeping him calm (nearly impossible with a bully) is there anything I can do at home to help-change diet etc. My vet has him on 25mg of Atenolol, 1/2 pill 2x/day. Any feedback is appreciated. We are devastated, but remain hopeful and are determined to do everything we can. Thank you!