Aug
1
2018



The number of dogs testing positive for heartworm infections in the US has been growing - and forecasts show those numbers will only continue to rise. Fortunately, Dr. John McCall’s research has revealed recommendations that could change that prediction and help decrease the incidence of this deadly disease.

The Heartworm Update provides multiple practice scenarios, and suggested roles and responsibilities for veterinarians, practice managers, technicians, and front desk staff to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible with implementation efforts, client education and client compliance.

Learn more at FightHeartwormnow.com

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