Posts and tweets about heartworms

Posts and tweets about heartworms

Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about heartworms with these tweets and posts.
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Apr 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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The American Heartworm Society encourages testing on an annual basis. When was the last time we tested your #pets for heartworms? #pethealth

The American Heartworm Society encourages testing on an annual basis. When was the last time we tested your pets for heartworms?


DYK? Heartworms are transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. Don’t let those bloodsuckers win! Get your #pets tested today.

DYK? Heartworms are transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. Don’t let those bloodsuckers win! Get your pets tested today.


Fact: #Pets may not show signs until late in the course of heartworm disease. That’s why we need to run regular tests! #pethealth #petcare

Fact: Pets may not show signs until late in the course of heartworm disease. That’s why we need to run regular tests!


Signs of heartworm disease: Coughing, panting, decreased activity level, sudden death. Let’s run tests before it’s too late! #pethealth

Signs of heartworm 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!


Fact: Heartworm disease is preventable. There’s no reason a dog should have it today. Keep your pup from becoming a statistic. #petcare

Fact: Heartworm disease is preventable. There’s no reason a dog should have it today. Ask us how you can keep your pup from becoming a sad statistic.


Myth: Only outdoor pets are at risk of contracting heartworm disease. (Pesky mosquitoes can fly into the house.) #petcare #pethealth

Myth: Only outdoor pets are at risk of contracting heartworm disease. (You know those pesky mosquitoes can fly into the house.)


Heartworm prevention can save you money in the long run, not to mention it can save your #pet’s life. #petcare #pethealth

Heartworm prevention can save you money in the long run, not to mention it can save your pet’s life.


A heartworm infection is difficult to treat in dogs, and there’s no approved treatment for cats. Good thing it’s easy to prevent! #pethealth

A heartworm infection is difficult to treat in dogs, and there’s no approved treatment for cats. Good thing it’s easy to prevent!


Our heartworm test is accurate to as few as one female heartworm. Let’s test your #pet today and make sure everything is A-OK. #petcare

Our heartworm tests is accurate to as few as one female heartworm. Let’s test your pet today and make sure everything is A-OK.


Heartworms can be hard to detect, but we can help! Ask us how before they cause severe disease. #petcare #pethealth

Heartworms can be hard to detect but we can help! Ask us how before they cause severe disease.


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