CHECK OUT THIS ARTICLE REGARDING MOSQUITOES IN OUR AREA!!
Heart worms are transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. Pets may not show signs until late in the course of heart worm disease. That’s why we need to run regular tests! Signs of heart worm disease: Coughing, difficulty breathing, panting, exercise intolerance, decreased activity level, sudden death. Let’s run some tests and catch the disease before it’s too late!
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