Posts tagged "Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease"

Heartworm Protection Can Save Lives

Heartworm Protection Can Save Lives
Pets can run, but they can’t hide from heartworm disease, which occurs in all 50 states. Without heartworm protection, even indoor cats hiding under the bed or dogs in states where heartworm isn’t especially common (like California or Nebraska) aren’t safe from this potentially fatal disease. Heartworm’s increasing prevalence is complicated to trace. Heartworm is... Read more »

Heartworm Disease Remains a Killer

Heartworm Disease Remains a Killer
Heartworm disease is killing as many dogs and cats as ever, yet it is totally preventable.  This has to stop!  In some states about 10 per cent of dogs are affected by heartworm. Over one million dogs in the U.S. have heartworm, and no one knows how many cats (perhaps up to 10 percent, though... Read more »

WGN Radio Petcast: ParasitePalooza - Fleas,Ticks, Heartworm

WGN Radio Petcast: ParasitePalooza - Fleas,Ticks, Heartworm
Click HERE to listen to this WGN Radio Petcast. (May take a moment to load) Due greatly to weather conditions, it’s thought this will be a banner year for fleas, ticks and mosquitoes that transmit heartworm disease. First up, fighting fleas with Dr. Dwight Bowman, veterinary parisitologisst at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and... Read more »
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