Feline heartworm disease: Why you should be screening for it in your veterinary practice

Feline heartworm disease: Why you should be screening for it in your veterinary practice

You may be surprised to find the incidence of this often-fatal disease is higher than you think—even in your practice.
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Apr 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
 

Use this handout to educate clients on the importance of feline heartworm prevention.

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