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14 Repellency: Does it Really Prevent Heartworm Transmission? (John W. McCall)

Dr. Debra Horwitz, DACVB of Veterinary Behavior Consultations in St. Louis, Missouri, discusses the importance of appropriate client communication with the pet owner in the heartworm positive dog. By addressing the pet owner's concerns, addressing the pet's concerns, and still providing the heartworm positive dog with certain types of exercise, veterinary professionals can work with pet owners to ensure the best outcome for heartworm positive dogs that must be exercise-restricted. Dr. Debra Horwitz, DACVB of Veterinary Behavior Consultations in St. Louis, Missouri, discusses the importance of appropriate client communication with the pet owner in the heartworm positive dog.

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