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In the News

The American Heartworm Society is the leading resource on heartworm disease, and our mission is to lead the veterinary profession and the public in the understanding of this serious disease. Every year, hundreds of stories are written on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of heartworm, as well as on the plight of affected pets. These stories are an important way of reaching both veterinary professionals and pet owners with information they need to know about heartworm disease.

The American Heartworm Society is led by a board of directors comprised of veterinarians and specialists in the fields of veterinary parasitology and internalmedicine. As leaders in the fight against heartworm disease, they are available as resources and authors of related stories.

Members of the media are encouraged to contact the American Heartworm Society for information, visuals and interviews about heartworm disease. Please contact Sue O’Brien at Obriensuek@gmail.com. This email is for media inquiries only. All other inquiries, please email: info@heartwormsociety.org.

 


 

News & Alerts

Mosquito Season Approaching: American Heartworm Society Reminds Pet Owners of Risk

Batavia, Illinois – As temperatures grow warmer, the American Heartworm Society (AHS) wants every pet owner to be prepared for mosquito season and the heartworm disease risk it carries for pets.

American Heartworm Society Adds New Features to Web Site

Batavia, Illinois – The American Heartworm Society (AHS) is pleased to announce updates to its Web site, www.heartwormsociety.org, including new features that enhance the user experience for both members and nonmembers.

Rubin Named American Heartworm Society President

Washington, D.C. – AVMA Convention – Dr. Sheldon (Shelly) Rubin, director emeritus at Blum Animal Hospital in Chicago, Ill., past president of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association, book author and frequent contributor to Chicagoland and national media regarding pet health care issues, has been elected president of the American Heartworm Society (AHS).

American Heartworm Society Convenes 12th Triennial Heartworm Symposium

International Experts Present Latest Research on Heartworm Disease

International Feline Heartworm Disease Council Reconvenes

Washington, D.C. – The International Feline Heartworm Disease Council reconvenes on July 12, 2007, for the first time in 10 years. The American Heartworm Society (AHS) will host the council in conjunction with its 12th Triennial Heartworm Symposium in Washington, D.C.

Do You KNOW Heartworms in Cats?

New Studies Call for Prevention & Redefinition of Heartworm Disease in Cats

AHS Announces Updated Feline Heartworm Guidelines New Syndrome Defined

Orlando, Florida
North American Veterinary Conference

American Heartworm Society Announces 2007 12th Triennial Heartworm Symposium

Orlando, Florida, North American Veterinary Conference

Pet Parasite Gets to the Heart of the Hurricanes Animal Refugees

Batavia, Illinois

The fresh start of animals, who were adopted and dispersed around the country courtesy of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, may inadvertently cause heartache for their new pet owners. An estimated 60 percent of the pets displaced by Hurricane Katrina are likely infested with heartworm, a potentially fatal, mosquito-borne illness.

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The days are getting shorter, the nights are cooler, leaves are starting to turn, and football season is here. But that doesn’t mean your clients can forget about protecting their pets from heartworms.

To keep this message front and center with your clients, we’re sharing a set of new posters you can print OR post on your Facebook or Instagram page.

  • To save or print a poster, just click on the image below, then click on the “download” button and save the PDF file.
  • To save a poster for use on your social pages, simply open the downloaded poster, then right click on the file and follow the menu instructions to save the file as a JPEG image.

For more client tools, be sure to visit the Resource Center. And if you don’t already, make sure you’re sharing our Facebook and Instagram posts!