Heartworms are infesting parasites transmitted through mosquito bites. It can compromise your pet’s life, and treating it will cost you a lot of money, so preventing it is a better option. Here are the 3 common methods to prevent the infestation of heartworms:
A registered veterinarian injects the heartworm prevention through the skin of your dog. The substance prevents heartworms from infesting the dog in a given amount of time depending on the kind of product. It may last either 6 or 12 months. When it expires, the pet may be injected again.
This is orally given once per month to eliminate any larvae transmitted by mosquito bites in the previous month. Dogs eat the pill delightfully because it tastes like that of a dog treat.
This is directly administered to the skin in between the shoulder blades. This is absorbed in the dog’s skin and acts like a tablet. It is ideal for dogs that do not want to orally take medicines.
If you are not certain of the method you would use, you may contact a veterinarian for expert advice in keeping your dog healthy with any of these preventions.