dturm wrote:This would be my recommendation as well, especially compared to the treatment protocol if your dog gets heartworms. Also keep in mind an infected dog is now a reservoir of heartworms for local mosquitoes to draw from and inject into other local dogs. Part of the treatment protocol is the use of topical mosquito repellent.
my choice would be to administer preventative medications everywhere in the US.
Positive test confirmed.
We’ll be starting the treatment asap.
Duke will not be working while undergoing treatment.
We’re making our game plan for dealing with young inexperienced Penny protecting the flock but not causing issues during lambing.