Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Canine heartworm disease is a silent killer because many infected dogs show little or no symptoms in the early stages of disease. As the disease progresses, a dog may show symptoms like coughing, breathing difficulties, fatigue, lack of appetite, weight loss and sudden heart failure. The good news is heartworm disease can be prevented and prevention is always better than cure! Read our article to find out more about this potentially fatal, but easily preventable disease.

PAVC Parasitic Diseases series - Heartworm Disease in Dogs

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