It's All About Prevention
Because heartworm disease is preventable, the American Heartworm Society (AHS) recommends that pet owners take steps now to talk to their veterinarian about how to best protect their pets from this dangerous disease. Heartworm prevention is safe, easy and inexpensive. While treatment for heartworm disease in dogs is possible, it is a complicated and expensive process, taking weeks for infected animals to recover.
There is no effective treatment for heartworm disease in cats, so it is imperative that disease prevention measures be taken for cats.
There are a variety of options for preventing heartworm infection in both dogs and cats, including daily and monthly tablets and chewables, monthly topicals and a six-month injectable product available only for dogs. All of these methods are extremely effective, and when administered properly on a timely schedule, heartworm infection can be completely prevented. These medications interrupt heartworm development before adult worms reach the lungs and cause disease.
Talk with your doctor at Brittmoore Animal Hospital
about the best choice for your pet(s).
Heartworm Disease Articles
Preventing Heartworm Infection in Dogs
Feline Heartworm Infection
Diagnosis of Heartworm Disease
What Happens In Heartworm Disease
Heartworm Society President, Dr. Sheldon Rubin discusses heartworm disease for the AVMA's "Animal Tracks".
(Listen here: MP3) to hear Dr Rubin explain transmission, treatment and prevention.
Podcast provided courtesy of the AVMA.
We carry 3 products against heartworm infestation for dogs and 1 product for cats
Consult with your BAH doctor to see which product
is best for your pet.
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