Care for Health Conditions for Pets
A Faint Heart Never A True Love Knows
“If you do not fully commit to something, you will never fully appreciate it.”
Heartbreaker – While most geographical areas do enjoy a seasonal respite from mosquitoes, the southern climates are still captive to their buzzing, blood-sucking schemes — even in the winter. Mosquitoes, of course, are carriers of the parasite, a life threatening nematode that can cause severe disease and even DEATH.
Get At The Heart Of The Matter – Symptoms of infection in DOGS and CATS. Even in areas where residents do not have to worry about mosquitoes during the winter, their return in the spring and summer months can catch you off guard. It is best to be pre-prepared.
Heart Worm Prevention
Put Your Heart Into It – To safeguard your dogs and cats against infection, veterinarians suggest using heart worm prevention medication year-round.
This is a much easier method of prevention, since you won’t have to remember when to star, or find yourself rushing to get the medication, and you won’t have to worry about having your pet tested for ‘s before beginning a new round of medication in the spring.
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|Clinical Signs Associated With Disease|
No abnormal clinical signs observed
Cough, exercise intolerance, abnormal lung sounds
Cough, exercise intolerance, dyspnea (difficulty breathing), abnormal lung sounds, hepatomegaly (enlargement of the liver), syncope(temporary loss of consciousness due to poor blood flow to the brain), ascites (fluid accumulation in the abdominal cavity) and abnormal heart sounds.
Follow Your Heart – There are a variety of options for preventing 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, infection can be completely prevented.
These medications interrupt development before adult worms reach the lungs and cause disease.
Have A Change of Heart – Avoiding parasitic infestations of any kind is to use preventive techniques.
Remember that while fleas, ticks and mosquitoes may seem to be merely nuisance pests, they are actually capable of causing severe health problems, from the above mentioned infection, to skin disorders and infections, to anemia.
As the old axiom goes: It is better to be safe than sorry.
My Heart’s Content
Have A Heart-To-Heart Talk with your Vet then Follow Your Heart and your Pet will thank you From The Bottom of Its Heart.
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