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Can You Cure Heartworms in Dogs?

It is really hard to hear that your pet has heartworms. The first thing that flashes through your mind is that he or she is surely going to die, and you just can’t bear the thought of it. So, the first and most important question is of course, “Can you cure heartworms?”. The answer is “Yes, there is a heartworm cure!”

I adopted a dog in Florida named Princess and found out when I took her to the vet that she had heartworm. At first I felt scared for her.  Then, I discovered a successful heartworm treatment.  When followed correctly, this treatment can be a heartworm cure. Fortunately, heartworm cures are not just a method for managing the disease, but a genuine cure.   You and your vet can cure your dog of heartworms by following a prescribed heartworm treatment.

In the event that your dog already shows heartworm disease symptoms, your vet will want to stabilize his or her condition.  Then your vet can begin killing the immature heartworms, as well as the mature ones. The treatment is tailored to your dog for the purpose of minimizing the side effects.

Heartworm Cure Statistics:

  • Estimates show that annually a million dogs in the U.S. will test heartworm positive.  However,r only 30 percent will receive an official vet diagnosis.
  • The blood of up to 90 percent of dogs can have heartworm indicators.  A study by the American Heartworm Society (AHS) shows that only 55 percent of U.S. dogs currently receive heartworm preventives.
  • There is additional research which suggests that the preventatives available today could actually eradicate heartworm disease altogether.
  • There is additional research suggesting that the preventatives available today could actually eradicate heartworm disease altogether.
  • There have been reports of heartworm disease in 50 states, not just in the southeast or on the Gulf Coast as in the early years of heartworm diagnosis and treatment.

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