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01 Heartworm Testing: When, Why, and What Does a Positive Test Mean? (Susan E. Little)

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How often should veterinarians or veterinary technicians test canine patients for heartworm disease? What should one do when their patient is heartworm positive? Dr. Susan Little, clinical parasitologist from Oklahoma State University, discusses what a positive heartworm test means in dogs.

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