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New Survey Highlights Heartworm Incidence

STEPHEN JONES, DVM

Every three years, the American Heartworm Society (AHS) conducts a nationwide incidence survey of veterinarians to understand trends in heartworm infection. And the news from the just-completed 2013 survey is that heartworm incidence is widespread in many parts of the country.

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C. THOMAS NELSON, DVM

In January of this year, the American Heartworm Society (AHS) announced revisions to our canine and feline heartworm guidelines. Providing guidance to the veterinary profession in the form of guidelines is one of the most important responsibilities of our board, and we are committed to aligning our recommendations with new scientific findings about heartworm prevention, diagnosis and treatment. 

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