Heartworm Transmission by Mosquitoes

Dr. Jones provides a close-up look at the moment an infected mosquito bites a dog, showing how quickly infective heartworm larvae are deposited and drawn into the dog. Transmission occurs within seconds, reinforcing the need for vigilant monthly protection.

Heartworm Damage 13 Years Later

Dr. Jones discusses long-term effects and shares photos of vascular damage and worm fragments from a necropsy of a 15-year-old dog who suffered from heartworm disease 13 years prior, but was successfully treated.

How Quickly Does Heartworm Disease Cause Damage?

In this brief video, Dr. Jones shares data and slides from a recent study on the extent of heartworm disease damage after 158 days of infection, with the number of heartworm present ranging from 28 worms to just 3 worms.

Debunking Heartworm Disease Misconceptions

This video shows the vascular damage that remains even after treatment for heartworm disease. Dr. Jones shows slides from a necropsy of an infected dog who had been successfully treated 10 months prior to death from other causes

Practical Heartworm Disease Prevention

Dr. Jones explains the most important factors for protecting dogs’ health, including the need for parasite control. While heartworm preventives are highly effective, Dr. Jones treats roughly 100 cases of heartworm disease every year, and has for nearly 30 years.

2021 Commercial

Heartworm disease is the invisible threat you and your staff are intimately aware of, but your clients may miss. This video was designed to quickly communicate the real risks of heartworm disease, the benefits of #1 dog-preferredHEARTGARD Plus® (ivermectin/pyrantel) and the importance of year-round protection.

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