Heartworm disease is deadly,
Ensure Your Pet Is Protected All Year Long
Heartworm disease is serious and potentially fatal to our dogs and cats. Heartworms are spread by mosquito bites and the worms can grow up to a foot long, living in the heart and lungs of our beloved pets. This creates serious health problems and be extremely costly to eliminate--more than 30x the price of annual prevention. Thankfully there are many prevention options to protect our dogs.
Bring your pet to a THRIVE near you to have one of our friendly Veterinarians talk to you about your options for this life-saving medication for your pets!
Protect Your Dog With Just One Dose
THRIVE offers quality preventive heartworm disease medicine because of its overwhelming benefits. With just one dose of Proheart12, your pet is continuously protected from heartworm disease for a full year.
THRIVE PLUS Members enjoy the most affordable heartworm prevention on an annual basis with an additional 10% off Proheart12.
Don't Forget About Cats!
Cats are at a greater risk as there is no approved treatment, so keeping our feline friends on heartworm preventive medications is the only way to prevent the disease.Ask a THRIVE veterinarian about our committment to continuous protection.
Important Heartworm Disease Information
Watch the video below to learn more about Heartworm Disease.
One Bite Only
Can you believe that this devastating disease can come from one simple mosquito bite?
That's why it is essential for your pet to be protected every day of the year by a heartworm preventative. Visit a THRIVE to test your pet.
As a precaution and due to incubation times, your pet should be tested annually to ensure they do not have the disease.
After testing, your veterinarian can safely prescribe the appropriate heartworm preventative for your pet.
It is estimated that over 1 million pets are infected with this deadly disease, and the disease is found in all 50 states.
The only way to eliminate costly treatment after exposure, is to be on a heartworm preventive medication.