Features April 2006 Issue

Treatment for Canine Heartworm Infections

Treatment for heartworm infection is critical, though risky.

Treatment for a heartworm infection is critical, but it’s not without risk. By being prepared for what can happen, you should be able to bring your dog through safely. Whether or not you choose to use conventional heartworm preventatives, there is always the possibility that you may one day find yourself with a heartworm-positive dog, and be faced with the decision of how to treat her.

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