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Keep your pet on heartworm prevention
September 28, 2018

IMPORTANT NEWS FOR YOUR PETS – keep your pet on heartworm prevention every 30 days!

There has been research in areas affected by hurricanes where the incidence of heartworm disease greatly increased in pets due to the influx of mosquitos. As you can see, we are currently experiencing a large influx of mosquitos that are very aggressive due to the influence of Hurricane Florence and excessive rainfall.

The most important thing to know to keep your pet safe: THEY MUST RECEIVE THEIR HEARTWORM PREVENTION EVERY 30 DAYS! If you continue this every 30 days, your pet will be protected from this disease. The preventions are very effective when given appropriately.

If you do not have your pet on prevention, please contact us to find out how to get them tested and protected! Contact our healthcare team to discuss prevention options!
To get more information or to have any specific questions answered, please contact us today!

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