3 must-reads on feline heartworm disease
Hone your skillset by brushing up on the latest methods for detecting, diagnosing, and treating felines presenting with heartworm disease.
Many clients remain unaware of the hallmark signs surrounding feline heartworm disease such as rapid and difficult breathing, intermittent vomiting, and lethargy. To help keep you updated and informed on this challenging condition, we've selected 3 articles that provide various tips and tricks for detecting, diagnosing, and treating infected cats.
From tips for educating clients about the proven measures and methods of treating feline heart disease to why the condition is overlooked in feline patients compared to canine patients—there's something for everyone. Happy reading!
- Matters of the heart: Educating clients about feline heartworm disease prevention: Learn the methods for detecting and diagnosing feline heartworm disease, plus a few communication pearls to help educate your clients about the perils of this condition and the many proven preventatives and solutions available.
- Embracing routine testing for heartworm in cats: Though the risk of developing heartworm disease runs high in both dogs and cats, it's often overlooked in felines. Discover why and explore the prevalence of feline heartworm disease, the importance of testing cats, and beyond.
- The other heartworm patient: Brian Calabro, DVM, covers the clinical differences of heartworm disease in both cats and dogs, plus the common difficulties associated with diagnosing and treating felines suffering from this condition.