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What You Need To Know About Heartworm Disease

What You Need To Know About Heartworm Disease

Learn all about heart worms, in Dr. Ruth MacPete's latest Pet Health Network blog!

“Fact: We want to help with your dog's behavior issues. And if we can't fix it, we know who to call next. #pethealth #petbehavior #pets”

“Although fertility varies between species of ticks, one female tick can lay approximately 5K eggs! #pethealth #parasites”

“Dogs do not destroy items out of spite. They're bored or anxious. Really! #pethealth #petbehavior #pets”

“Sometimes a change in diet is all that's needed to avoid major #pethealth problems. Bring your #pets in for a wellness screen. #petcare”

“Myth: "Aggressive dogs are dominant." Most aggressive #dogs are afraid. #pethealth #petbehavior”

“Tried everything, and kitty's still missing the box? She could have a UTI or some other health issue. #pethealth #petbehavior #pets”

“DYK? Blood tests help us determine causes of illness accurately & monitor the progress of #pet medical treatments. #pethealth #petcare”

“DYK? 50% or more of all U.S. #pets are overweight or obese—it's never too late to help your pet get in better shape! #pethealth #petcare”

“Cat not scratching? She still may have fleas. Those fleas lay eggs. And your dog may start scratching soon! #pethealth #pets #petcare”

“Tomcat marking your sofa? Cats may spray if they're stressed or upset about other cats inside or outside. #pethealth #petbehavior #pets”

“Quick tip: Warm up dry food, add ketchup, or salmon juice to make it more appetizing for your dieting dog. #pets #pethealth #petcare”

“It typically takes less than 48 hours for a tick to transmit disease to your pet. Ask us about parasite control! #pethealth #parasites”

“Rabbits, rodents, squirrels, stray dogs and cats – They can all carry flea eggs into your yard. #pethealth #petcare #fleas”

“Limiting your pet's exposure to ticks is crucial. If you wait until you see ticks, it's too late. #pethealth #parasites”

“FYI - If your cat is just 2 lbs overweight, it's at risk for developing some serious medical conditions. #petobesity #pethealth #petcare”

“If you can't feel your #pet's ribs, your pet is definitely obese. So can you feel 'em? Let us know—we can help! #pethealth #petcare”

“There's no place like…anywhere year round for a tick to call home (wooded areas, meadows, homes, kennels, backyards…) #pethealth #parasites”

“Fact: Too many #pets start a diet and fail because overeating and lack of activity weren't the problem—a disease was. #pethealth #petcare”

“Kitty missing the box? Location is key. Your cat may want more privacy or easier access #pethealth #petbehavior #pets”

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