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Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the lungs and occasionally in the right side of the heart of dogs, cats and other species of mammals, including wolves, foxes, ferrets, sea lions and (in rare instances) humans.. Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitos and dogs and cats of any age or breed are susceptible to infection. They are easily controlled by giving once monthly heartworm prevention tablets (Interceptor/Sentinel™) or by an injection given once every six months (ProHeart™).
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