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Mosquitoes and CVBDs

DR. LORENTZEN: Veterinarians think about heartworm. There is great testing and great prevention available. Even though we’ve got about one-third of dogs being tested and a little over half on heartworm preventives, heartworm disease is diagnosed in about a quarter of a million dogs each year. We’re not vigilant enough as a profession. Dogs shouldn’t be getting heartworm or tick-borne disease.

DR. MATHER: Easy to use, well-packaged diagnostics are one of the strongest decision support tools for a client. To encourage veterinarians and clients in this area, broad-spectrum diagnostics and preventives for canine vector-borne diseases are the way to go.

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