Did you know that heartworms can be deadly, yet are easy to prevent?
Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, if left untreated.
Do know the answers to these heartworm questions?
- What are heartworms?
- How do pets get heartworms?
- Is heartworm detection/diagnosis immediate?
- How do heartworms harm your pet?
- Is treatment for a heartworm positive dog the same as for a cat?
- Can my other pets get heartworms from a heartworm positive pet?
- Can humans get heartworms?
- Is it safe to adopt a pet with heartworms?
- What is the best way to prevent heartworms?
Read this very important Heartworm FAQ article on The Animal League Wellness Center’s site to find the answers!
Is it time to get your pet checked for heartworms?
Help protect your snuggle bunny with a free heartworm test during Heartworm Awareness Month! Check out this great Heartworm Awarness Month special by The Animal League Wellness Center!
- Complimentary heartworm test for new patients with the purchase of an exam fee.
- Complimentary heartworm test for existing patients with the purchase of six months of any preventative.
- This promotion is limited to the first 100 customers.
Save a heart!
The Animal League does not turn its back to rescuing heartworm positive dogs, in spite of the high costs to treat this painful and deadly disease. At any given time The Animal League has in its care about 20 heartworm positive dogs, in which the treatment costs range from $500 – $800 for each pet. Donate to the Have a Heart Recovery Fund and proceeds will go directly toward rehabilitating dogs who have this painful and deadly disease.