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Generic Heartgard For Dogs

Generic Heartgard Tablet (FAQs)

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What is Heartgard for dogs?

Even a single mosquito bite can prove to be fatal for your pup. Heartgard for dogs is the number one vet choice for heartworm disease and protects against five species of intestinal worms and parasites. Regardless of whether your dog spends most of its time indoors, it’s best to keep them on some form of generic Heartgard medication.

What does Heartgard prevent?

Generic Heartgard for dogs protects against a wide range of diseases and infections. It prevents dogs from the invisible threat of heartworm disease and also treats and controls the five most common species of intestinal worms. It is suggested that all dogs should be tested for heartworm disease before they start their Heartgard for dogs preventive program. 


How long do side effects last when you choose
Heartgard for dogs

The possible side effects of taking generic Heartgard for dogs include vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, and coughing. If these side effects persist for more than a few days,  get in touch with your veterinarian immediately. Contact us for more details on generic Heartgard for dogs if you'd like further information. 


Do you need a prescription for
Heartgard for dogs?

No, you can order no RX required generic Heartgard for dogs online at Vet Shop Max. Before you begin the treatment, veterinarians recommend testing your dog for heartworm disease. Their results should be negative before starting the preventative treatment. Annual testing for heartworm disease is recommended to ensure your furry friend lives a long and happy life.


At what age should you start
generic Heartgard for dogs?

Generic Heartgard for dogs is a great preventive measure for heartworms for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. Heartgard for dogs is proven to be safe for young puppies who are six to eight weeks old. However, we do recommend getting in touch with our team or your dog’s vet before starting a heartworm preventative program.