Jul
2
2018

Repellency is critical in blocking canine heartworm transmission

Sponsored content provided by Ceva Animal Health

Since mosquitoes are the primary vector of canine heartworm disease, it’s safe to say your patients deserve an effective solution that protects against mosquitoes. 

Give them Vectra® 3D with repellent action so mosquitoes don’t have a chance to bite and transmit disease. It’s not enough to just kill mosquitoes; it’s important to repel them as well. Vectra® 3D kills and repels mosquitoes through contact, so they don’t have to bite in order to die.

Not only does Vectra® 3D protect against mosquitoes, it’s an all-in-one protection against 15 major parasites, including fleas, ticks, biting flies, mites,and lice. 

Visit fightheartwormnow.com to learn more.

©2018 Ceva Animal Health, LLC.

Vectra® 3D is a registered trademark of Ceva Animal Health, LLC.

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