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Thread: Heart Worms GONE!

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    Senior Member Pas Bon's Avatar
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    Default Heart Worms GONE!

    Just an FYI

    My 5 y/o YLM tested positive in Oct 2012 we went with a round of doxycycline followed up with pro-heart 6 and after 6 months I followed that with ivermectine for about 6 months. Test today came back negative. No harsh treatments and now no heart worms!

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    Congratulations! Good DAAAG.

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    Great job, Dad!

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    congrat's. Glad it work out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pas Bon View Post
    Just an FYI

    My 5 y/o YLM tested positive in Oct 2012 we went with a round of doxycycline followed up with pro-heart 6 and after 6 months I followed that with ivermectine for about 6 months. Test today came back negative. No harsh treatments and now no heart worms!
    HOW AWESOME there is now an alternative to the terrible Immiticide!

    Where are you located and what preventative was your dog on when he got the infection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBell View Post
    HOW AWESOME there is now an alternative to the terrible Immiticide!

    Where are you located and what preventative was your dog on when he got the infection?
    Thats my question also. I have been hearing that some Preventatives are no longer effective.

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    Southern Louisiana and he was on heart guard

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