info@heartwormsociety.orgCartSign In
Worms IMG_7639.slice1.jpg
Vector-borne diseases likely a higher risk this year

Vector-borne diseases likely a higher risk this year

The Companion Animal Parasite Council recommends pets be tested annually and protected year-round

Heartworm, Lyme, and other vector-borne diseases are expected to pose higher-than-average risk this year, the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) reports.

The group has released its 2022 Pet Parasite Forecast and corresponding 30-day Pet Parasite Forecast maps, alerting veterinarians and pet owners of impending outbreaks across the U.S.

 

Join AHS

Join the leading association on Heartworm education and prevention today!

Already a Member? Sign in here.

Membership Details

Latest News

Twitter: @AHS_Think12

RT @AHS_Think12: Your patient is heartworm-positive. What's next? In this VETgirl podcast, AHS board member and veterinary cardiologist Dr.…

by Heartworm Society

RT @AHS_Think12: You won't find a more passionate advocate for feline heartworm disease education than AHS past president Dr. Tom Nelson. H…

by Heartworm Society