Heartworm Test for Dogs
Who’s it for?
Annually for dogs after 6 months of age or after a lapse in heartworm prevention.
How much does it cost?
Why should I do it & what does it do?
Dogs should receive their first Heartworm Test at 6 months of age. They should be tested annually thereafter or anytime there is a lapse in heartworm prevention.
Dogs should be maintained on a regular, year-round and broad-spectrum parasite control program that includes prevention for fleas, ticks, heartworms, and intestinal parasites. The Heartworm test is a single blood test that screens for heartworm disease, with results in just 10 minutes.
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